Cyberchondria More Common In People Who Fear The Unknown

Got a weird rash on your arm? You might turn to Google to figure out what’s wrong — but a new study suggests people who are afraid of the unknown should probably stay offline. Researchers from Baylor University found that people who dislike uncertainty have worse “cyberchondria” — that is, online hypochondria — than those who are less concerned about the future.

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