For the first time in the history, young people are predicted to not outlive their parents. Yes, it’s us! We are the generation of high-tech…

For the first time in the history, young people are predicted to not outlive their parents. Yes, it’s us! We are the generation of high-tech gadgets, yet we cannot even get our nutrition right. We won’t advance further than our parents in education either because our rate of graduating college or even attending one is stagnating. Ironically, although this is the age of information, few of us are taking advantage of the liquidity of information to live more healthily. This is the result of a number of factors that we can change. We are earning on average less than the typical Americans a decade ago. This is a wake-up call! When policy makers take too long to figure out their politics or the gridlock in their governing system, each of us can do ourselves a favor by starting educating ourselves, reading more books, keeping up with what’s going on so that we can make the right decisions and refute the current predictions of our generation.
– Phy