NOTE: There can be no denying that America’s children and young adults are at a critical juncture. Unless we start admitting what we already know about environmental culprits and become willing to do something about them, children, young adults and our nation are going to continue to get short-changed.
Millennials (the generation born between the early 1980s and approximately the mid-1990s) just got some bad news.
Health insurance data from 2017 show that many of them, especially older millennials in their mid-30s, are facing unprecedented levels of mental and physical illness.
… over half (54%) of millennial respondents reported having been diagnosed with at least one chronic illness.
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Author: Alexander Light