Survey: Healthcare costs hitting young adults hardest
The sting in paying for healthcare costs amid the ailing economy is most acute among young adults, according to a new survey from Medco Health Solutions Inc. Nearly 70% of adults aged 25-34 claim the economic downturn of the last 12 months has made it somewhat or significantly more difficult to pay for healthcare expenses, the survey by New Jersey-based Medco reported.
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