Doctors Seeing Rise In Cyberchondria Sufferers
From the common cold to the rarest and most exotic diseases, the Internet is filled with information about every possible ailment. For some people, by the time they see the doctor they think the worst based on what they've read online; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
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