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It's a Friday podcast bonus! Jules & Sarah talk word hatred, swimsuits & hypochondria


Glamour.com - May 12, 2017
It's a Friday bonus episode! Jo Elvin has one of her besties in the podcupboard: tanning superstar Jules Von Hep, and Heat Radio DJ Sarah Powell, aka the dream team behind Jules and Sarah The Podcast. And speaking of Sarahs, one's won our spot prize ...
 

Book Review: Letterman's revolution in late-night television


Worcester Telegram - May 14, 2017
His studious research is spiced by an enduring appreciation of Letterman's work and salted by the cataloging of the host's less savory traits and behavior: hypochondria, philandering, depression, mean-spiritedness, the occasional bout of creepiness and ...
 

I spent my Saturday nights in hospital: How hypochondria ruined my life


Metro - Mar 18, 2017
I thought hypochondria was a joke; an affected delicacy befitting a fine-boned Victorian lady in possession of a fainting couch. But I developed hypochondria, real hypochondria, when I was 22. I sometimes wonder if it would have happened if I'd known ...
 

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NEW A Condition of Doubt: The Meanings of Hypochondria by Catherine Belling


 

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Hypochondria books


The Complete Manual of Things That Might Kill You: A Guide to Self-Diagnosis for Hypochondriacs


Hypochondriacs have long had to satisfy their needs for self-diagnosis with medical reference materials written for the masses, but this revolutionary book is dedicated entirely to the hypochondriac's unique perspective on health. With over 300 deadly diseases profiled, conveniently organized by symptom (real or imagined), even the mildest hypochondriac's fantasy life will be ignited. We're all going to die of something why not choose an ailment that's rare and hard to pronounce?