You may want to calculate your own life expectancy, as I just did, on this web site. I don't remember now where I found the address, but it must have been somewhere reliable. livingto100.com has evidently been discussed in a number of places I see regularly, including CNN, ABC news, USAToday and the like. It uses the latest studies to predict one's probable lifespan.
I answered 40 questions, and it was clear the answers had relevance to life expectancy: they asked of course about cigarette and alcohol use, but then also probed family health records, diet, exercise, stress levels, work load and the like.
You may recall that I started this blog, 86andholding, more than two years ago. Now I'm in my PIANO year (think about it.) So I'm eager to share with you the good news I just received from this computerized state-of-the-art analysis: