Young adults skip health care as medical debts rise

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Millions of young adults are forgoing necessary care and treatment because of rising health care costs , a report said Friday.

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Jun 11, 2012
 
And doctors are noticing that young adults stop listening to medical advice once they hear the cost of treatment.
If the law is struck down, the level of debt for young adults will continue to climb, and they will continue to worry about medical bills and not getting access to coverage," said Collins, the survey author. "It all really compounds the difficulties young adults are facing at a really critical time given the economic environment."

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Jun 13, 2012
 
moss415 wrote:
And doctors are noticing that young adults stop listening to medical advice once they hear the cost of treatment.
If the law is struck down, the level of debt for young adults will continue to climb, and they will continue to worry about medical bills and not getting access to coverage," said Collins, the survey author. "It all really compounds the difficulties young adults are facing at a really critical time given the economic environment."
As today's younger generation continues to get ripped off by the cost of health care, the cost of education and with the lack of available, decent-paying employment thanks to the actions of greedy money hoarders, there should be no wonder why their attitudes contnue to sour toward the elderly and older generation.

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