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We’ve all done it: googled our symptoms just to be told we’re dying. Luckily for most of us, that headache really did turn out to just be a headache, which really made the anxiety of prematurely dying so not worth it. But others have yet to learn their lesson and still routinely use the internet’s symptom checker. Put them in their place with this book authored for hypochondriacs and comedy fiends.
The Complete Manual of Things That Might Kill You: A Guide to Self-Diagnosis for Hypochondriacs is just as it sounds: a guide for your health-obsessed BFF. After all, we’re all going to die. So why not go out with something super rare and nearly impossible to pronounce?
The guide is complete with over 300 deadly diseases and conveniently organized by symptom (real or imagined). It includes nearly 200 colorful pages spotlighting terrifying medical phenomena. And if we’re being fair, just because it’s in the title doesn’t mean this book is solely for hypochondriacs. In fact, anyone with a mild inkling for biology, the CDC or dark humor would get a kick out of this guide.
The Complete Manual of Things That Might Kill You: A Guide to Self-Diagnosis for Hypochondriacs is on sale through Amazon for $16.01 (regularly $20). Get it before you croak!
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Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.