Organizing the administrative side of wellness is only part of the battle; millennials also need support to make and maintain incremental changes that integrate healthy habits into their daily lives

Rising anxiety. Disrupted sleep. Worsening nutrition. COVID has hit the American workforce hard, Rally Health’s 2020 Preventive Care survey of more than 4,000 adults shows. Millennial employees are no exception, but the toll could be particularly severe. That’s because research shows millennials tend to be in worse health compared with older Americans when they were the same age. Depression, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, tobacco use disorder and Type 2 diabetes are all more common among millennials than among members of Gen X when they were the same age.

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