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Millennials (1981-1999) are sicker and dying faster than previous generations (Vitamin D can help) – Nov 2019

Millennials Will Get Sick and Die Faster Than the Previous Generation

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Suicide associated with low vitamin D - many studies

Smoking reduces vitamin D - many studies

Cardiovascular category starts with the following

499 items In Cardiovascular category

Cardiovascular category is associated with other categories: Diabetes 31, Omega-3 31 , Vitamin K 25 , Intervention 22 . Mortality 20 , Skin - Dark 18 , Magnesium 17 , Calcium 14 , Hypertension 14 , Trauma and surgery 13 , Stroke 13 , Kidney 12 , Metabolic Syndrome 11 , Seniors 10 , Pregnancy 8 as of Aug 2022

Cholesterol, Statins

Cancer category starts with the following

Cancers get less Vitamin D when there is a poor Vitamin D Receptor

Fewer Accidents with Vitamin D

  • Better awareness of driving situation
  • Faster muscle reaction time
  • Fewer falls
  • Not as distracted by health problems - colds, flu, etc.

Crohn's Disease

This study will tend to not notice health problems of those who do not have Health Insurance

  • 40 % increase in mortality compared to Gen-Xers at the same age.
  • Pay a third more in healthcare costs than the previous generation …(about $4,500)
    • Worse health and higher cost for the same treatment
  • 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.

PDF Text snips

  • As millennials become less healthy, they are more likely to miss work or stop working altogether. Furthermore, even when they are working, health concerns may prevent them from being as productive as they would have been had they had the same health profile as previous generations.
  • “. Without intervention, millennials could feasibly see mortality rates climb more than 40% compared to Gen-Xers at the same age.”
  • “Under the most adverse scenario, millennial treatment costs are projected to be as much as 33% higher than Gen-Xers experienced at a comparable age.”
  • “lower levels of health alone could cost millennials more than $4,500 per year in real percapita incomes compared to similarly aged Gen-Xers.

Some PDF Charts

Early increased deaths due to


Health worse (at age 35) (100 = Excellent Health)


Specific Health Problems (Gen X vs Millenia)


Less net worth


Millenials are also stuying at home more - Nov 2019

Why millennials never want to leave their apartment anymore

  • " One 2018 paper, published in the journal Joule, found that Americans between the ages of 18 and 24 spend a whopping 70% more time at home than the general US population"

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