Monday, August 21, 2006

Friends Don't Let Friends Surf WebMD

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brilliant.

As a fellow hypochondriac, I find your journal comforting, informative and funny at the same time.

Keep it up. I hope you find it helpful.

Stephen
freakin_hungles@yahoo.com

hypochon boy said...

I prefer emedicine.com to webMD.com, personally, cuz you can follow up other possible symptoms at the bottom of the page. I'm not helping, am I?

Actually, looking stuff up on the Net can actually put your mind at ease sometimes.
Anyway, I like your blog. I found another blog for hypochondriacs (ithinkitsmyspleen.blogspot.com). Not mine, I hasten to add. You guys should link to each other and post comments. I might even start a hypochondria blog myself.

Hang in there!

Alex Renton said...

Leila

Enormous respect. Your blog is so funny and so ILL. In the best possible way. I'm a beginner at hypochondria blogging (in fact I began only yesterday, when I decided I had malaria), though I'm an old hand at worrying about my health. And there's a lot to worry about.

You are the master - do you have any tips about how you obssess with such style and grace?

The Latter Days of Alex Renton http://alexrenton.blogspot.com.

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