Perhaps the unhealthiest American generation to date, millennials are so stricken with chronic health problems that many "experts" are speculating that some of them might not make it, especially when the situation is compounded by rising inflation, stagnant wages and an all-around garbage economy.
While generations prior had cleaner food and better opportunities, millennials are struggling just to survive with poor health, crippling student loan debt, skyrocketing housing prices and now forced isolation due to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). All of this is a perfect storm for generational collapse.
"Hypertension, diabetes, and obesity drives a lot of that," says Dr. Georges Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association, further adding that such conditions are also a recipe for cancer.
What this suggests, of course, is that millennials who were forced to grow up eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs) – the first generation to do so, by the way, since GMOs were first released in the early 1990s – are now paying a price that their parents and grandparents thankfully avoided.
Millennials were also jabbed with far more vaccines than any other generation prior, which has created a health nightmare for these middle-aged Americans who will more than likely have a much lower lifespan than those who came before them.