Dont Ask Dr Google He is Not a Doctor
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Don’t Ask Dr. Google – He’s Not a Doctor!

More and more people are visiting Dr Google for medical information rather than a real doctor. And increasingly more people suffer from health anxiety soon after Googling their symptoms. Trusting incorrect medical info on the internet can make you become a cyberchondriac. Derived from the term hypochondria, cyberchondria characterizes individuals who rely solely on the web for self-diagnosis, constantly worrying that something is not right with their body. Before you search another medical term or disease, read the graphic below. Also see How Do Search Engines Work.

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  • Freddy Reich

    Google gives lots of info on what warning signs and symptoms could reveal but very little results on how to rule things out.

  • Marissa

    Omg, I’m a cyberchondriac! Everytime I have a minor symptom or illnessI start getting worried and start googling about it.

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15/04/2017