Quiz taken from article in New Age Magazine, January/February 2000. Article: "Will You Live To Be 100?" by Thomas T. Perls, M.D., and Marjery Hutter Silver, ED.D. Taken from "Living to 100: Lessons in Living to Your Maximum Potential at Any Age." Copyright 1999, Basic Books.
Will You Live To 100?
The average person is born with strong enough longevity genes to live to age 85 and maybe longer.
People who take appropriate preventative steps may add as many as ten quality years to that.
People who fail to heed the messages of preventive medicine may subtract a number of years from their lives.
NOTE: This is for fun and should not be taken as any type of medical diagnosis. Please make sure to answer every question.