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{EBOOK} Am I Dying?!: A Complete Guide to Your Symptoms--and What to Do Next

{EBOOK} Am I

Dying?!: A Complete

Guide to Your

Symptoms--and What

to Do Next

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“[A] lively, reader-friendly, and useful guide. . . . [with] clear instructions and reassuring,

amicable tone.―  (Publishers Weekly)“In this easy-to-understand guide, two Columbia

University cardiologists double as medical experts and comedians…Expect solid

information…presented in a lively, entertaining way.― (Booklist)“Thereâ€s this little thing

called the internet that can be both a hypochondriacâ€s best friend and worst enemy. Now,

cardiologists Christopher Kelly and Marc Eisenberg are offering an alternative. Their book,Â

Am I Dying?!, is a guide to different symptoms, complete with tips.― (Bustle (6 Best Nonfiction

Books Coming Out in December 2018))“[Am I Dying] reviews dozens of symptoms and offers

advice on when to chill out, make a doctorâ€s appointment or go to the hospital. Aka: Itâ€s

ideal for hypochondriacs.― (PureWow (8 Books We Canâ€t Wait to Read in

December))“For the hypochondriac in everyone, comes this indispensable guide from two

Columbia University cardiologists.― (Furthermore from Equinox (5 Books High Performers Should

Read This Month))“Affable, authoritative authors present a readable, researched text.―

(Library Journal)“Whether itâ€s a mark on your skin or a weird feeling in your chest, one of

the most common things people want to know about their health problem is ‘Am I dying?â€â€•

(Menâ€s Health)“A troubleshooting guide to your health so you can stop freaking out every

time your eyelid starts twitching.― (Buzzfeed (29 Things That Will Make 2019 Less of a

Pain))“Tempted to Google those symptoms? Let these Columbia University cardiologists

soothe--and educate--your inner hypochondriac instead.― (People Health Issue) Read more

A comprehensive, lighthearted resource for Your INNER hypochondriac, with advice on

when to chill out, make a doctorâ€s appointment, or go to the hospitalChristopher Kelly,

M.D., M.S., and Marc Eisenberg, M.D., F.A.C.C., are both highly accomplished physicians and

health experts at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Though they treat adults of all ages

with diverse health concerns, the one question most patients really want to know is: Am I

dying?!Most new symptoms turn out to be minor issues. Most likely, that stuffy nose isnâ€t a

sign of cancer. But sometimes a headache isnâ€t just a temporary nuisance; it could be a sign

of a serious condition. None of us want to ignore a problem that could harm our health or even

cause death. Though the internet offers a wealth of data, it can also be a source of harmful

misinformation. So if you have a new symptom, how worried should you be?In Am I Dying?!,

Dr. Kelly and Dr. Eisenberg walk you through the most common symptoms—from back pain,

nausea, chest pain, constipation, and forgetfulness to fatigue, rashes, shortness of breath, and

bloating—and provide helpful, conversational guidance on what to do. Organized in a humorous,


easy-to-access format and packed with practical inform

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