Dying young isn't on most people's to-do lists. Sure, with age comes lots of joint pain, gray hair, and an overall decline of aesthetic appeal, but living for several more decades means getting to experience brain microchips, robot butlers, and maybe even paying off your student loans.
To be a healthy octogenarian and beyond, scientists have basically cracked the code on what most sprightly old people have in common, aside from increased hearing loss and a collective disdain for "kids these days." These lifestyle habits are pretty common sense, but they've been proven by study after study, and carry benefits that will last you well into your golden years. So put down the beer (but not for too long), take some notes, and start saving for that futuristic BMW -- here's your guide to living longer.
Indulging in your coffee addiction
Coffee tends to inspire militant opinions. People who believe it's the lifeblood of all human existence, and the monsters who want to take that joy away from the world because "caffeine is a drug," or something.