Health Experts Alarmed By Spike In Colon, Rectal Cancer Rates Among MillennialsAn alarming trend in young adults has health experts concerned. New research shows a sharp rise in colorectal cancers in people as young as their twenties and thirties.
Study Finds Young Americans Living Home Highest Since WWIIA study found that 40% of young Americans are living home, the highest rate since World War II. Experts point to difficulties getting mortgages as well as rising rents and the general life difficulties of making it on your own.
Millennials: Rock The Boat For RetailersSpringbot Co-Founder and CEO Brooks Robinson explains how to appeal to the diverse generation of consumers born between 1981 and 1997.
Millennials Want To Be Their Own Bosses -- And Everyone Else's TooBizBuySell President Bob House explains what we can expect from the next generation of small business buyers.
Oh Well For That Empty Nest: One-Third Of Millennials Now Live At HomeMany of America's young adults appear to be in no hurry to move out of their old bedrooms.
Report: Millennials Have Highest Feelings Of Job Security, More Comfortable With SavingsMillennials are thriving against the odds despite being saddled with big student loans and small paychecks.
Report: NYC Millennials Earn Less, Take On More DebtMillennials in New York City earn about 20 percent less than the previous generation of young workers and are likely to continue struggling from the effects of the recession, according to a new report.
Watch It Live: Millennials From Clinton, Sanders Campaigns Debate Issues At CBS Radio New YorkWatch representatives from the Clinton and Sanders campaigns debate Friday at CBS Radio's Hudson Square Studios. This event will be followed on Monday with a debate featuring supporters of the GOP.
Experts: Selfie Obsessed Millennials Increasingly Opt For Plastic SurgeryPosting selfies on social networking sites is one way to document what you do, but is it also a barometer of who you are?
Survey: Many Young Adults Leaving Long Island Due To Lack Of JobsThirty percent of young adults plan to leave Long Island primarily because of a lack of well-paying jobs, according to a new Suburban Millennial Institute study.
Experts: Long Island Needs To Step Up To Keep Its YouthThe birthplace of suburbia needs an upgrade if it hopes to hold on to a strong economy, according to experts meeting in Farmingdale about the future of Long Island.

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