- Author: latinpost.com by Staff writer
A national study was recently conducted and delved into the health patterns and attitudes of young Hispanic adults, or more specifically, millennials. The results showed that there are huge differences in the way Latinos born in the United States perceive health, compared to their counterparts born abroad.
Houston Chronicle wrote that the new study, dubbed “The Hispanic Millennial Study,” was unveiled in Houston, which cited several differences between Latinos born in the U.S. and those born abroad. For example, Latinos living in the U.S. had described health as a state of happiness, while the foreign-born Latinos defined the term as the absence of illness.
Hispanic millennials are the second largest Hispanic...