Workers are stressed by these five common events -- and no surprise, most are related to money. (Photo: AP)

A new study finds that wealth—or the lack of it—can also mean health, or the lack of it. And the toll is usually greater on women and millennials.

The study, from Fidelity Investments and the Stanford Center on Longevity, looked at how some of the most common life events—such as starting a new job, caring for a family member, buying a new house or having a child—affects a person’s health and wealth, as well as their overall happiness and career.

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