Depression is on the rise among millennials, but 20% of them don’t seek treatment for the mental issue — most likely because they can’t afford it

Since 2013, millennials have seen a 47% increase in major depression diagnoses.

Major depression is on the rise among millennials — but one in five of them don’t seek treatment, according to research released by the Blue Cross.

According to a recent report analyzing data from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Index, major depression diagnoses are rising at a faster rate for millennials and teens compared to any other age group. Read more at Source: Depression is on the rise among millennials, but 20% of them don’t seek treatment — and it’s likely because they can’t afford it

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