Our daily routine is made up of tiny decisions that could all impact on how long we live.
What we eat and drink, where we live, how we commute to work - all can affect our lifespan.
Statisticians can divide the result of our choices in to a 30 minute portion of time - a microlife.
Decisions we make every day can all reduce or increase our life expectancy - measured by these 30 minute units of time.
Are you ending the day in credit or that bit closer to death than you would have been?