I'm sorry to dwell on this, but there is still confusion. You stated that ALL of the blue words are underlined (with the one exception). But in your example, anxiety is blue, but not underlined.
It makes a difference. The point here is that we want to avoid using the two font attributes in a word because it creates a lot of clutter to read through. It would help a LOT if all the blue words are underlined, but what about "anxiety."? It is blue, but not underlined. Please clarify.