The majority of the people that utilize social media are from Generation-Y (20-37 years old in 2014). If one is looking to see how social media will evolve by 2020, Generation-Y and Millenniums will remain the dominate users.
A study being conducted by the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at the University of Texas (UT) Health Science Center at San Antonio is recruiting breast cancer survivors to learn how certain foods including herbs and spices may help reduce the risk of cancer recurrence.
Generation-Y is the 72 million people born in the US from 1977 to 1994. They are also called Gen Y or the Echo Boomers because they are (mostly) children of the Boomers, and almost “echo” the number of births of the Baby Boom generation of 76 million.