Exceed Our Expectations — Skip “Exceed”

Illustration of a doodle locking the word "exceed" in a vault labeled "CAUTION: HEALTH JARGON" and saying "In ya go!" while another doodle looks on skeptically, saying "Isn't this a little excessive?"

This week, we’re adding to our catalog of “use simpler words” entries. Though many of the terms we address are health-specific, we also tackle overly complicated words that have worked their way into health content. This week’s word belongs to the second category, and we unequivocally recommend skipping it altogether. Can you spot the unapproachable non-health … Continue reading