Millennials Will Get Sick and Die Faster Than the Previous Generation - VICE


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millennials actually have lower life expectancy
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2 days ago by brchastain
The big economic picture looks something like millennials being less able to “contribute” to the “U.S. labor market.” Because we’re expected to be sicker, we’re also expected to be less good at our jobs—because, turns out, sick people aren’t as “productive.”

Analysts hypothesize that the major generational difference can be chalked up to rapidly increasing “behavioral health” problems, or things like depression, hyperactivity (meaning anxiety, ADD, and ADHD), and substance abuse. (These also happen to be the source of the most out-of-network spending,

Compared to Gen-X, millennials between ages 30 and 39 are less likely to die from boring old things like heart disease and cancer, but are more likely to die from accidental overdose, suicide, and homicide.
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5 days ago by emmacarlson
Leo Patrizi via Getty Wednesday morning, Blue Cross Blue Shield published a 32-page report detailing the myriad ways in which millennials (my cohort!!!)
6 days ago by fabrahamlincoln
RT : finally some good news
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6 days ago by antoniodini
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