Assuming you don't die prematurely in a car accident or some other mishap, researchers in Boston have figured out your approximate time of death.
If you consider yourself a morning person, or your sleep is regular and you're not a morning or night person, you're most likely to die late in the morning, just before 11:00 A.M. If you're a night person, you're most likely to die just before 6:00 P.M.
The times of death are tied to the genes that make you a morning or night person.
The researchers think those genes could also be tied to how your body handles things like strokes or cancer . . . and when your body's natural rhythms make you most susceptible to diseases.