A Swiss researcher has come to some shocking conclusions about when we're most likely to die-- based off the data of human deaths over the years.
14% of us are likely to die on the exact day that we were born - either from birthday boozing or self-harm.
Because new medical residents start work in July, there is in increase in surgical deaths during that month - which you might want to keep in mind when planning your next procedure.
There is an increase in heart attacks and deaths on the job when we "Spring forward" for Daylight Savings Time - when we lose some sleep and it begins to take a toll on our bodies.
Another depressing statistic?
Holidays are a time people are likely to die - thanks to the increase in drunk driving.