mark noble wrote:
I understand the potential for a healthier lifestyle to be beneficial to an organism, but have a niggle with the (loose-term) usage and suggestivety thereof by advertisers. One cannot lay claim to any 'mortality' addition/deduction without first knowing 'EXACTLY' at what point said organism's death ensues.
We can only judge an organism's point of death in hindsight.
Note that some people have had multiple deaths
(meaning periods of no EKG, no EEG and no respiration for a while,
sometimes around an hour).
It is theoretically possible for a competent M.D.
to issue multiple death certificates for the same person
dated at different times. It is a historical fact that people
-animated after having been medically declared dead.