A life-expectancy test predicts someone's age of death based upon their answers to questions about their general health history, according to Time.com. The test also gives respondents an age range for how long they are l... More »

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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease shortens life expectancy, but it is difficult to predict precisely how long an individual can live with the disease, according to Healthline. Factors that influence life expectancy i... More »

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The most extensive studies on emphysema life expectancy are based on just a few hundred people, so statistical indications for an individual's prognosis are not reliable, explains WebMD. The severity of emphysema is meas... More »

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Information displayed on an IRS life-expectancy chart includes the age of the individual and the life expectancy for that person. This is a simple actuarial table that does not take into account other factors that might ... More »

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One death test measures 18 health indicators and compares the answers to government statistics to estimate your lifespan, according to Go To Quiz. The quiz summary formula assumes that you have no life-threatening condit... More »

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There are many factors that affect and determine the life expectancy of individuals suffering from melanoma, including the cancer's stageand the patient's age.Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer becauseit ... More »

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The life expectancy of an individual with cerebral palsy depends on the individual case, according to CerebralPalsy.org. Cerebral palsy is non-progressive and occurs after a brain injury, so an infant may pass away short... More »

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