Ground-level ozone pollution was estimated to cause an additionally 200,000 premature deaths every year, the agency said in a press release, which notes that "burden of disease" is a calculation based on years of life lost combined with years lived at less than full health.
What does YLL stand for?
YLL stands for Years of Life Lost
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We have 2 other meanings of YLL in our Acronym Attic
- Youth Literature Interest Group (est. 2004)
- Yale Law Journal
- Young Lawyers Journal (Law Institute of Victoria; Australia)
- Youth Law Journal
- Youth Leadership Jefferson County (Lakewood, CO)
- Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia
- Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Sulawesi Selatan (Indonesian: Consumer Foundation of South Sulawesi)
- Yuen Long and Kam Tin Sewerage and Sewage Disposal (Hong Kong)
- Assessing Young Learners' Language (conference)
- Yayasan Leuser Lestari (est. 1998; Indonesian non-profit)
- Young Language Learner
- Young Light Lords (gaming clan)
- Young Ladies Library Association (New Hampshire)
- Salvage Lift Craft, Light (Non Self-Propelled)
- Young Lawyers Leadership Conference
- Your Local Leasing Company (Broomall, PA)
- Youth Life Learning Center (various organizations)
- Yachtclub Litzelstetten Mainau (Germany)
- Yellow Legged Mclean (fowl)
- You Love Me (Internet slang)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1990 the UK ranked tenth in a league table of 19 countries showing years of life lost (YLL) per 100,000 members of the population.
The most used method is the approach that measures the global burden of NCDs in terms of disability adjusted life years (DALYs) which is a combination of years of life lost (YLL) through premature death, and years lived with disability (YLD).
15) Potential Years of Life Lost (PYLL) PYLL measures the number of years of life lost before a given age in the population (age 75 in the following analyses).
The report, Indications of Public Health in the English Regions, suggests the average years of life lost per person dying from alcohol-attributable conditions varies from 18.
By a variety of yardsticks, including 5-year overall survival and potential years of life lost due to malignancy, Americans fare no better and in some cases do worse than citizens of countries spending far less per capita on health care, said Dr.