With the whole world clamouring about an exotic new designer stain of virus spreading across the world within weeks, the focus is properly upon what behaviors most jeopardize our health, and ultimately our lives.
So we turned to the Center for disease control to find out what are the top 10 causes of death.
"Americans are doing too much living, and it's killing them"; said Emma Matheson, chairman of the EYS study group. Abstaining from the most dangerous behaviors and proactively implementing safeguards will make a huge difference in how long you live.
This was not as clarion as we'd hoped. It seems your dangers are statistically tied to your particular demographics. So as not to get too thick in the weeds, we decided to list the 10 biggest dangers by age group.
Then we compiled a no-nonsense list of preventative measures to insure the least amount of risk to not only your life, but also your youthful good health.
The pie charts below have 6 age groups You'll see the 10 listed causes of the most death. We're adding a column to the right of each box, to detail some ways you can limit your risks.
Influenza viruses never made the top 5 causes of death in any demographic we studied.
Delay infant mobility, such as crawling & walking.
Stay away from playgrounds and other attractions
Don't smile at strangers or wear cute outfits
Wear protective armor at all times.
avoid athletic & fitness fads.
Begin psychotherapy early
Avoid romantic entanglements which cause despair when terminated.
Avoid jobs, especially physical occupations.
Stay connected to your therapist
Outdoor sports are an extreme risk!
Avoid all radiation sources, such as wifi, cellphones, TVs, microwaves, & smart meters,
Stop strenuous work and exercises which effect your heart.
Stay out of vehicles & off dangerous roads.
You're far less likely to die at work or in athletic pursuits.
Don't stress your heart. refrain from confrontational dialogue with neighbor kids walking on your lawn.
Stay away from cellphones, TVs, wifi, & microwaves
You're unlikely to die from athletic accidents.
But you can't consume anything which might clog arteries.
Sugar is safer than bacon for you.(statistically)