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I did answer them honestly...including that I occasionally smoke (I lost like 3 
years for that). I think I gained the most points by the fact that I have 
extremely low stress (no kids), I eat a healthy natural foods diet, I have very 
low blood pressure, no history of coronary disease and I exercise regularly.

On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 12:53:48 -0400, T O S <[log in to unmask]> 
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>See what you get when you answer the questions honestly.
>
>On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 11:31:51 -0400, Sharon Lives Long 
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>wrote:
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>>Wow...I'm only 22 and have a life expectancy of 96...I'd be younger and live
>>longer if I didn't drive a lot to ski and do other somewhat high risk
>activities.
>>
>>Those things that I got deducted years for I think I should have added 
years,
>>such as driving and doing high risk activities...they seem to improve the
>>quality of my life and for that I would think that they would extend my life
>>expectancy...unless I paddle over my last waterfall of my life...(though I
>think
>>I've done that already).
>>
>>Pretty cool test though none of these tests are really accurate in any
>>way...but can give you an idea of what is good and bad for your longevity.
>>
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