For obese 40-year-olds, the "years lost" rose to six for men and seven for women--similar to the loss of life expectancy associated with cigarette smoking.
What does LLE stand for?
LLE stands for Loss of Life Expectancy
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We have 43 other meanings of LLE in our Acronym Attic
- Laser Light Engine (picture quality)
- Left Lower Extremity
- Liberty Lines Express
- Life Limb or Eyesight
- Limited Liability Enterprise
- Link-Level Encryption (Oracle)
- Liquid-Liquid Extraction
- Little League Elbow (overuse injury)
- Local Living Economy
- Locally Linear Embedding (algorithm)
- Louisiana Land & Exploration Company (New Orleans, LA)
- Low-Level Exception (contractual status; National Basketball Association)
- Lower Level Environment
- Loss of Life Expectancy among Exposure-Induced Deaths (radiation)
- Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas (Hawaii)
- Little Lake Education Association
- Local Law Enforcement Agency
- Life Learning Experience Assessment Program
- Lifelong Learning and Educational Access Program (University of Illinois at Chicago)
- Limb Loss Education and Awareness Program (Amputee Coalition of America)
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However, there has been considerable debate in interpreting the results from these studies in terms of estimating loss of life expectancy (McMichael et al.
was in charge of the project and describes the many benefits of the system noting, "Unlike fluorescent lights, LEDs can be switched on and off in cold temperatures without any loss of life expectancy.