In China the average lifespan
was only 42 years as recently as 1950 -- but then it began increasing by six months per year, so that the average Chinese citizen can now expect to live to 75.
This is why actuaries predict that babies born in 2000 will have an average lifespan
of 100 years.
Q What is the average lifespan
of a cat and what can I do to prolong my beloved cat's life, who is now five?
Durable goods, as defined by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), include goods that have an average lifespan
of at least three years, such as automobiles and household furnishings.
He begins his book with the story of a young officer who died after six weeks and four days, four days over the average lifespan
of a junior officer on the Western Front during the worst weeks of the war.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists are reporting the first evidence that consumption of a healthful antioxidant substance in apples extends the average lifespan
of test animals, and does so by 10 percent.
4 - while their counterparts in Merthyr Tydfil have an average lifespan
of just 74.
Abolishing the fixed default retirement age will give people more choices as the average lifespan
increases, but the change also means people will pay taxes longer, a revenue raising benefit that could help address the country's record deficit.
Requiring approximately 80 labor hours per unit to manufacture, the Company's products are widely recognized as the longest-lasting and highest quality in the market, with an average lifespan
exceeding 10 years.
Lashes is believed to be around 18 years old and was thought to be too old to have any more offspring as the average lifespan
of a llama is only 15 to 20 years old.
The average lifespan
in China is now 73 (it was only 41 in 1949); many parts of the country have no pension plan--this is where the son supporting his aged parents comes in--and those which do, e.
Long-term puffing knocks about 10 years off an average lifespan