Everyone dies. It’s a sad but true fact that will happen regardless of any lifestyle choices that have been made. Certain choices, however, have been shown to lead to a much quicker death than other, smarter life choices. These choices can range from the type of hobbies we participate in to the way we travel.
For example, those who go hang gliding regularly have a 1 in 560 chance of dying while those who picked the safer hobby of canoing only have a 1 in 10,000 chance. Swimming and jogging are amongst the safest hobbies, with only 1 out of every 1 million participates dying during the sport.
It’s a well known fact that airplanes are safer than cars with the land vehicle accounting for 1 in every 6,700 deaths, but the deadliest vehicle of all is the motorcycle. A staggering 21 deaths occur in every 100 million drivers, making it twice as deadly as traveling in an airplane.
Provided by: Best Health Degrees