Millennial women, beware. Although your mothers and grandmothersmay have made swift strides in health, well-being and economic equality compared to theirpredecessors, you are actually regressing.

And it’s going to be a good trick if you can save your way into retirement—assuming you livelong enough to retire at all, that is.

Hey, don't blame the messenger. It's according to a new study from the Population Reference Bureau, which reveals thatalthough young boomer women racked up an impressive 66 percent gainin overall well-being, in comparison with their World War II-eramothers, GenX women only progressed 2 percent.

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