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Obesity is a growing epidemic—but not for Millennials.

Sep 15 2016

Obesity is a growing epidemic—but not for Millennials. The obesity rate in the U.S. it has actually decreased by 0.6% for 19-35-year-olds 2008-2005, when for all other generations it climbed up by 3.8%. According to Gallup, working out regularly may be attributing to the trend, with exercising increasing by 4.5% within the group versus a 0.5% increase among older generations. Obesity has been cited as contributing to the $142 billion medical costs in the U.S. annually, as well as even lowering wages, so Millennials’ workout habits are also good for the economy. (Bloomberg