Have you already exceeded the life expectancy you had as a child?
As a child, how old did you think you would live to be? Are you already at least that age? How old were you when you first thought about this, and what was the age you thought you would live to be?
As far as I remember I would probably have been around 6 or 7 years old before I considered this. Having to choose as suitable age at which I thought I should live to had to be done by finding out how old the 'old' people around me were and then deciding whether they were old and frail (not good) or old but seemingly in good health (an encouraging prospect to a young person). I'm currently 47. To put a number on an age I'd like to live to, I'd have to say maybe 75. But only as long as I am healthy, reasonably fit, and have my faculties intact. Is that too much to wish for?
by Judy Specht4 years ago
What is the life expectancy of a chicken?I would guess a hen would live longer.
by chrisw0077 years ago
My Jack Chi is 14 and a half years old. What is the life expectancy average?
by KaisaJordan5 years ago
What do you think the true reason why, men life expectancy is shorter than womenLet get the facts out maybe you can help a man out there live a little longer.
by Stacie L6 years ago
....looks like we Americans are living longer...is that good?I hope I have enough money to live on...http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42111907/ns/health-aging
by nicomp really8 years ago
I wonder if anyone has life expectancy numbers that exclude murders, suicides, and accidental deaths, which are not relevant when considering health care. I think the US comes out on top; we drive more miles and will...
by sandra rinck9 years ago
When was poligamy banned or was it ever normal, what does the bible really say about poligamy?what was the average life expectancy in the 1700's and normal age to give birth?
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