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Aetna health survey points to generational differences

Across the generations, Americans give themselves high marks on health status considering their age.
Across the generations, Americans give themselves high marks on health status considering their age.

Results from a new study reveal that American adults of all ages--Millennials, GenXers and Baby Boomers--believe their own generation is the healthiest.

Published by Aetna Inc., Hartford, Conn., the report reveals that nearly half the people surveye (45 percent) name their own generation as the healthiest, followed by their parents’ generation (32 percent) and the younger generation (23 percent).

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