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Lawrenceville, NJ (Dr Charles Simone) – The Economic Consequences Of Millennial Health report released November 2019 shows that Millennials (born 1981 to 1996) compared to Generation X (born 1965 to 1980) have higher cholesterol and hypertension, more depression, more hyperactivity, and more alcohol and substance abuse. In 2017 60% of deaths of those who were 25 to 29 years old were related to drug overdose and suicide. Compared to Gen-Xers, Millennials will have mortality rates of more than 40%. According to the Report, Millennials will have poorer health, reduced life expectancy, higher unemployment, higher rates of quitting work altogether, and consequently be more poor. 


Millennials represent the largest number of the U.S. population and the largest workforce in the United States.  They will increase the healthcare costs enormously unless they are made to take responsibility for their own CONTROLLABLE risk factors. 

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