A new study found that millennials may be avoiding the doctor.

The study surveyed 2,000 young adults between the ages of 23 and 38 about their relationship with healthcare.

According to the study, one in four of millennials has gone more than five years without getting a physical.

Nearly half of millennials in the study admitted to putting off seeing a doctor about a health issue.

The majority of those surveyed say they seek their medical advice online.

The study says the cost of healthcare could be to blame.

The study concludes that 60% of millennials prefer high-deductible insurance plans with lower monthly premiums.

You can view the study here.