After a long week of traveling from Chicago for TECH cocktail to San Francisco for a week of Web 2.0 Expo events as explained by Mike Arrington, I feel like I may have shaved a few days off my life. Is there a way on the web to find out the impact of this week of sleepless nights and long days at the expo? If you’ve ever wondered just how long you’ll be taking up
space on project earth, several sites are available to project how long you
could live. Based on how you complete a series of lifestyle questions, the
sites calculate a projected age you will live to celebrate, or put another less
popular way, your death age.
Internist Dr. Michael Roizen is a pioneer with health related questions to determine how one’s daily habits contribute to their good health with suggestions on how to live longer. At Dr. Roizen’s Realage.com you can calculate your “real age” based on your lifestyle, eating and drinking habits, and even how often you floss your teeth.
If you want more information, including how long you will
live, (and why would you really want to know that?) you can log on to LivingTo100.com for those under 50 years
of age, and to Eons.com for those older then
50. Each site walks you through a series of questions on health, diet,
exercise, family, attitude, etc. and then calculates how long you will live.
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