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YLEYears of Life Expectancy
YLEYoung Learners English (University of Cambridge; Cambridge, England, UK)
YLESuomen Yleisradio (Finnish Broadcasting Company)
YLEYoung Lunar Explorers (astronomy club)
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Life tables were necessary to calculate--also through the EPIDAT (27) software--, the temporary life expectancy (TLE) between 15 and 75 years and the years of life expectancy lost (YLEL) between both ages.
All totaled, Yuyu Chen and colleagues from Peking University (China) cite an "arbitrary Chinese policy that greatly increases total suspended particulates (TSPs) air pollution [for] causing the 500 million residents of Northern China to lose more than 2.5 billion life years of life expectancy."
Research shows that attending faith-based services four times a month will add four to 14 years of life expectancy.
A study co-authored by an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, based on long-term data compiled for the first time, projects 500 million Chinese who live north of the Huai River are set to lose an aggregate 2.5 billion years of life expectancy because of extensive regional use of coal to power boilers for heating.
According to the report co-authored by an MIT economist, 500 million Chinese who live north of the Huai River are set to lose an aggregate 2.5 billion years of life expectancy due to the extensive use of coal to power boilers for heating throughout the region.
The New England Journal of Medicine reported last month that smokers lose at least 10 years of life expectancy compared to people who never smoked.
It concluded that stopping smoking at ages 60, 50, 40 or 30 buys you, respectively, three, six, nine or 10 years of life expectancy that would otherwise be lost to smoking-related disease.
Women at age 65 had 11' years of healthy life expectancy compared with 20.2 years of life expectancy.
Women at age 65 had 11.5 years of healthy life expectancy compared with 20.2 years of life expectancy.
Vascular metastasis often suggests a poorer prognosis, with an average of 2 to 5 years of life expectancy. (5) Because of concerns regarding morbidity and mortality, early diagnosis is critical to avoid further propagation.
Those who exercised 30 minutes daily added approximately four years of life expectancy. Fifty-four percent of the subjects were classified as inactive.
Democracy has emerged in Mali, among the world's ten poorest countries, a non-Arab Muslim majority population and only $700 GDP per capita in 2006, adult literacy of 39.8% and 50.9 years of life expectancy at birth.