We took CDC respiratory risk data from the Centers for Disease Control and mapped respiratory risk across the country at the county level. Red shows the highest risk areas with blue showing the lowest. Want to see how your county rates? Check out our map below!
EverydayHealth.com posted a flu map of the United States to show flu-risk trends and predictions. You can either click on your state and county or enter your zip code to see how your area rates. The map is color coded with mild risk and predictions colored white, moving to moderate risk with a turquoise color, then leading to severe with pinks and then red as the most dangerous.
“Our methodology takes into account current and historical CDC data, rising and falling interest in flu on social media and in online searches, and local and regional weather information. The flu map predicts flu severity county by county across the United States so you can plan ahead and take precautions to avoid the flu – both at home and in places where you plan to travel” (everydayhealth.com)
Go and check out the map by Everyday Health!
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Is half your child’s grade out with stomach flu?
Are chills and fever rampaging through your office?
We tend to rely on word of mouth to find out important community health news, but now there’s another way. The wbur’s CommonHealth introduced the Massachusetts HealthMap, a disease-tracking tool overseen by researchers at Children’s Hospital Boston with input from public health trackers, the media and you. Have three of your neighbors reported rabid bats lately? Post it here. Or check your town for trouble spots. HealthMap tracks public health outbreaks around the world — and now from our neighborhoods. It gathers reports from official sources, including the Department of Public Health, and the media, and updates them hourly. Reports from the public are curated and updated once a day.
*Keep tabs on what’s happening around you, health-wise, and help others do the same!!
Jin Lee, Intern, firstname.lastname@example.org