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 years.
A previous study with other test animals hinted that an apple antioxidant could extend average lifespan
Long-term puffing knocks about 10 years off an average lifespan
Stay 40: Without Diet or Exercise" takes a look at the somewhat optimistic tale saying that the average lifespan
is increasing .
The average Israeli man can expect to live 78 years, higher than in other developed countries except for Iceland, where the average lifespan
Most asphalt and concrete runways have an average lifespan
between 16 and 20 years, says Proulx.
The average lifespan
for a gran today is 88 compared to the 71 years her own gran could have expected to reach.
There is also increasing evidence that having all these things is no longer engendering the optimism it did during Warhol's day (indeed, the average lifespan
dropped last year in the United States owing to obesity, a direct by-product of Super Big Gulp abundance).
Though the average lifespan
is about 78 years, most kids don't have the attention span to work on their goals for even one year--assuming they have any goals at all.
The National Safety Council published a study in 2000 that assumes the average lifespan
of a computer is three years and that calculates tonnage based on that figure.
Yet, studies have revealed that the average lifespan
of a Web page today is a mere 100 days.
The 25-year average lifespan
of normal rhesus monkeys will be up for both the NIA and University of Wisconsin colonies during the next five years, so we should have some answers by then, notes Ingram.