What is the life expectancy of a male born in 2004?

What is the life expectancy of a male born in 2004?

77.9 years
The CDC’s preliminary data show that in 2004, life expectancy at birth was 77.9 years.

What was the life expectancy in 2004?

77.8 years
In 2004, the overall expectation of life at birth was 77.8 years, representing an increase of 0.4 year from life expectancy in 2003.

What is the life expectancy of someone born in 2003?

77.5 years
Presented are complete life tables by age, race, and sex. In 2003, the overall expectation of life at birth was 77.5 years, representing an increase of 0.2 years from life expectancy in 2002. Between 2002 and 2003, life expectancy increased for males and females and for both the white and black populations.

How can I extend my life?

Stay Healthy at 50+

  1. Get moving.
  2. Eat a healthy diet. Get tips at ChooseMyPlate.gov (USDA)
  3. Pay attention to weight and shape.
  4. Don’t smoke or use tobacco.
  5. Keep your brain active.
  6. Be good to yourself.
  7. Get regular medical checkups.
  8. Drink only in moderation if you drink alcohol.

What is the life expectancy of a man born in 1959?

74.7
Table V.A4.—Cohort Life Expectancy a

Intermediate Low-cost
Calendar At birth b At birth b
1958 74.5 73.5
1959 74.7 73.6
1960 74.8 73.7

What is the life expectancy of someone born in 2005?

77.4 years
Results: In 2005, the overall expectation of life at birth was 77.4 years, representing a decline of 0.1 years from life expectancy in 2004.

What are your chances of living to 90?

Age 90 isn’t some wild outlier. The SOA’s data suggests that a 65-year-old male today, in average health, has a 35% chance of living to 90; for a woman the odds are 46%. If our two 65-year-olds live together, there is a 50% chance both will still be alive 16 years later, and that one will survive 27 years.

What is the life expectancy of someone born in 1944?

72.0
Table V.A4.—Cohort Life Expectancy a

Intermediate
Calendar At birth b
1943 71.7 77.5
1944 72.0 77.7
1945 72.2 78.0