Business Insider - Millennials already have it tough. Their wages are stagnating, they are unlikely to own homes, and they're often told they are entitled and lazy. And according to a new report by the Health Foundation think tank, millennials may be the first generation to have poorer health in middle age than their parents.
The report cites issues with employment, relationships, and housing that are now affecting people in their 20s and 30s as factors that could lead to a higher risk of developing diseases like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease later in life. Overall, the trend is "linked to long-term stress, anxiety, depression or lower quality of life", according to the report...>>>