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1. British Man Suffering from "Dash-aphobia"

When Mike Amess sees a picture of the Kardashian clan or hears them on television, he breaks out in a sweet and sometimes vomits, he told the Daily Mail. 

 

While many people are a bit worn out with their constant presence in the media, most people don't have to deal with a physical reaction. But this isn't the first time a person has developed a physical health problem because of a celebrity. In 1991, a case study appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine reporting that a woman named Dianne Neal had epileptic seizures whenever she heard the voice of former Entertainment Tonight reporter Mary Hart. 

 

Do you think Mike Amess is exaggerating his issue, or is it really possible to have a phobia of specific celebrities?

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