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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Number of medically uninsured growing
    People who lack health insurance tend to delay care, which can result in more money spent on their care when they do end up in the hospital. Many experts from across the health care spectrum say the number of uninsured is expected to grow and the medical costs will grow with that number.9:06 a.m.
    Stan Dorn: Senior research associate, Urban Institute.By phone from Washington, DC.
    Terril Hart: MD, Interim CEO West Side Community Health Services.
    Brent Asplin: Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine at the Mayo Clinic, where he studies how emergency rooms are used. He was the head of emergency medicine at Regions Hospital in St. Paul.
  • On betrayal and renewal
    A woman loses her husband suddenly and discovers only after his death that he has been unfaithful several times during their long marriage. Julie Metz attempts to understand his infidelity and risky behavior by confronting his mistresses, while building a new life for herself and her daughter.10:06 a.m.
    Julie Metz: is a writer and graphic designer. Her first memoir is called "Perfection."

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