A health news editor joins us to discuss a rise in denied health insurance claims. Then, an author shares her book making the case for accepting modern changes to the English language.
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Why denials of health insurance claims are rising and what to do about it
Researchers are finding a recent rise in denials of health insurance claims. A health news editor joins us to explore the causes behind the issue and the impact it is having.
Bad English: not as bad as you think
A linguist explains why we’ve started to use filler words like “like,” “um,” and “so,” in conversation — and why it’s actually a good thing for the evolution of language.
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