Click2Houston reports: “About 20 percent of millennials in their late 20s and 30s don’t have medical insurance. This means many young people may have to pay hefty health bills, which can lead to medical debt. How can they overcome their financial hardships?”
“Medical debt is the most common burden in collections in the United States. And young people have the most medical debt, even though they spend the least on health care.”
Here is the video of their report:
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