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High-Tech Hypochondria

Anyone who has ever logged on to WebMD knows that typing in more than one symptom can result in a diagnosis of hypochondria and then side effects from drugs you’re not even taking.

That’s why you have to be careful and make sure you don’t have too many tabs open—on your computer or in your brain—and focus on the website you’re looking at, especially when it concerns your health. To serve as a visual warning, I have created a few Someecards to illustrate my point.

i-mixed-up-webmd-and-the-food-network-site-and-just-diagnosed-myself-as-down-in-the-dumplings-fcd38

i-mixed-up-webmd-and-animal-planet-and-diagnosed-myself-as-a-shitzuphrenic-with-a-reptile-dysfunction-bbe2a

i-mixed-up-webmd-and-the-target-website-and-diagnosed-myself-with-a-broken-budget-c2a01

i-mixed-up-webmd-and-the-weather-channel-and-diagnosed-myself-as-emotionally-frigid-a3fdd

i-mixed-up-webmd-and-pinterest-and-diagnosed-myself-with-creative-constipation--396ec

i-mixed-up-webmd-and-good-housekeeping-and-diagnosed-myself-as-domestically-disabled-33d0c

i-mixed-up-webmd-and-my-bank-and-diagnosed-myself-with-an-earning-disability-4c05e

What would you add to the mix?

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