Is there I way to check my macbook's fan health or an app for it?

My macbook is getting older, it uses Lion OS though but is there a way to check my fan's life or something?
Thanks!

No. There is no such thing. Either the fans work or they don't work. You can install various hardware monitors that provide information on fan speed and hardware temps, but that's about it. See
Temperature Monitor 4.94
Hardware Monitor 4.95
iStat Menus 3.21
atMonitor 2.7b
And you will find a few others at the Mac App Store.

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