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Healthy dose of farce in Bingley (From Keighley News)


Keighley News - May 26, 2017
THE HYPOCHONDRIAC is the title of the next play to be performed by Bingley Little Theatre at the town's Arts Centre.
 

Healthy dose of farce in Bingley


Keighley News - May 26, 2017
THE HYPOCHONDRIAC is the title of the next play to be performed by Bingley Little Theatre at the town's Arts Centre. The “therapeutic farce” was originally written by John Baptiste Poquelin Moliere, but has been adapted by hit comedy playwright Richard ...
 

How college has turned me into a hypochondriac


Florida Flambeau - Feb 19, 2017
I know what you're thinking. How do you know that you're a hypochondriac, it's probably all in your head, etc, etc. But doesn't that exactly prove that I am one? The point is that I wasn't always like this. I used to be young, full of wonder, without a ...
 

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The Hypochondriac Kaleidoscope in Bushed Nickel Finish by by David Kalish


 

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Hypochondriac books


All in My Head: How a Hypochondriac Beat Brain Cancer


by: Marie Fricker
When 55-year-old Marie Fricker complained of a burning hot foot, chills, and a pins-and-needles feeling crawling up her leg, nobody paid much attention. Marie was a lifelong hypochondriac and frequently predicted her own doom from perceived maladies ranging from cholera to the common cold. As far as her friends and family were concerned, this was just one more. It wasn’t. Three weeks after the birth of her first grandchild, Marie was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. She was treated with chemotherapy and went into remission but was given only a 20 percent chance of surviving five years without a recurrence.
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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?