Some of the most common health conditions millennials are diagnosed with include depression, being overweight, and migraines. Rates of major depression, high cholesterol, and hypertension among millennials all increased from 2014 to 2017, with around 8 per 100 population suffering from hypertension in 2017. As this generation continues to age, such health conditions will become more prevalent and the risk of serious illness more significant. However, while diseases of the heart and cancer account for around 15 percent of deaths among millennials aged 30 to 34 years, the largest share of these deaths are from accidents and suicide. In 2017, almost 41 percent of all deaths among millennials aged 30 to 34 were from accidents.
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