How Much Time Do You Have Left To Live? Find Out With This Interactive Web Application Today!
By Applying a Sound Statistical Methodology to Global Health, Lifespan, and Disease Records We
Can Estimate How Many More Years a Person Can Expect to Live
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Where Do These Life Coefficients Come From?
The Time-Left-To-Live calculation is based on the following resources and studies:
World Health Organization (WHO) Global Health Observatory Data
Life expectancy at birth (years)
The average number of years that a newborn could expect to live, if he or she were to pass through life exposed to the sex- and age-specific death rates prevailing at the time of his or her birth, for a specific year, in a given country, territory, or geographic area.
Life expectancy at age 60 (years)
The average number of years that a person of 60 years old could expect to live, if he or she were to pass through life exposed to the sex- and age-specific death rates prevailing at the time of his or her 60 years, for a specific year, in a given country, territory, or geographic area.
Global Health Estimates 2015: 20 Leading Causes of YLL globally, 2015 and 2000
The years of life lost (percentage of total) indicator measures the YLL due to a cause as a proportion of the total YLL lost in the population due to premature mortality. YLL are calculated from the number of deaths multiplied by a standard life expectancy at the age at which death occurs.
For more information see: Health statistics and information systems: DISEASE BURDEN
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