What does it mean when someone's cause of death is due to impairment of well-being? Can someone die from this?

The vrother of Jason David Frank the green ranger died in 2001 due to this

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  • ?
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    1 month ago
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    Its a catchall term that basically means they died due to health issues. Its extremely non specific, and usually used when the family wants to keep the cause of death private, or when a more specific cause isnt readily apparent, but an autopsy isnt warrented to determine the exact cause of death

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Well, Jessica, if someone died of impairment of well-being, then obviously that would answer your question, wouldn't it?

    Edit:  Yes, of course I did.  If someone dies of something then that is the cause of death.  It does not get any simpler than that.

    • Jessica1 month agoReport

      U didnt answer it smh

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