The number of Americans dying from drugs, alcohol and suicide continues to climb. And while the rising death toll is cross-generational, a new report shows millennials are especially affected.
While Baby Boomers have long held political sway due to their large numbers, shifting demographics could position the three younger voting blocs to have a decisive influence in the 2020 election and beyond.
A new study finds that despite widespread public health warnings about distracted driving, the majority of parents are still using their phones on the road, with one group in particular facing the most risk: millennials.
Millennials are more likely than older generations to be enticed by extravagant credit card sign-up bonuses — of either cash or travel credit — than other credit card perks, and it may not be the best route to tackle their “sorry state” of debt.
The mobile payment app, which is popular with millennials and encourages social interactions, is also processing dramatically more money.
Millennial homebuyers plan to buy houses before getting married, having children or even getting pets, according to a survey results released by LendingTree.
Many millennials are first-time homebuyers, learning to navigate the world of loans, mortgages and interest rates. Realtors across the country shared their tips for millennial homebuyers.
Medical experts outline what millennials should know about health screenings in their 20s and 30s.
A dating expert said that some people will filter their potential matches by political party, while others are only interested in people who vote in elections.
Ignorance about the Holocaust is growing, particularly among young people. In the United States, a 2018 survey showed that 66 percent of millennials could not identify what the Auschwitz concentration and death camp was.
A new study published this week in the Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research looked at whether there are specific activities on social media that are related to major depressive disorder in millennials. Here are the findings.
Where in the world will millennials travel in 2019?
If you’re a millennial who’s addicted to taking selfies, video gaming or consider yourself a class clown, you could be exactly what the British Army is looking for.
Monopoly is targeting millennials and actual millennials are sounding off. Hasbro said in a statement that it created the game to poke fun at the oft-teased generation.
D.C. millennials will spend on average $727, above the national average of $658. As they shop millennials say they want to make their purchases count, meaning they favor stores that share their values and promote diversity.
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