Some of these are surprising! Some of them...not so much.

It shouldn't come as a surprise that dental surgeons and medical technicians (and medical staff in general) top the list of 27 most unhealthy professions in the United States. After all, they're exposed to disease and infections on a daily basis. However, would you believe that an embalmer comes in near the BOTTOM? But...but...dead people! Yuck!

Here's the full list, according to Business Insider:

Dentists, dental surgeons, and dental assistants - 65.4 (overall 'unhealthiness' score)

Flight attendants - 62.3 

Anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, and anesthesiologist assistants - 62.3

Veterinarians and veterinary assistants and technicians - 60.3

Podiatrists - 60.2

Immigration and customs inspectors - 59.3

Histotechnologists and histologic technicians - 59

Water and wastewater treatment plant and system operators - 58.2

Stationary engineers and boiler operators - 57.7

Surgical and medical assistants, technologists, and technicians - 57.3

Derrick operators (oil and gas) - 56

Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers - 55.7

Medical equipment preparers - 55.7

Nuclear equipment operation technicians - 55.2

Refuse and recyclable material collectors - 55

Refractory materials repairers (with the exception of brickmasons) - 54.8

Continuous mining-machine operators - 54

Emergency medical technicians and paramedics - 54

Chemical plant and system operators - 53.7

Service unit operators (oil, gas, and mining) - 53.7

Critical care nurses - 53.5

Refrigeration mechanics and installers - 53.3

Nuclear medicine technologists - 53

Elevator installers and repairers - 52.8

Embalmers - 52.8

Metal-refining furnace operators and tenders - 52.8

Radiologists - 52.8