A new Australian report based on data collected by the Sax Institute’s 45 and Up Study has shown that, from mid-life, men are the best predictors of their own mortality, The Financial Review reported. When they focus on it realistically, they know how they feel and they know how they function. They have a far better sense than their doctors about whether they will still be alive in seven years.
Men, not their doctors, are best at predicting their own mortality
CategoryNews article11 October 2015