This is the time of year when sickness overtakes parts of Colorado, especially any terrain parks that got slammed with epic powder, brah. As bad health also spreads around this time, stay on top of things with Sickweather.
Aggregating real-time data on who's stricken from social networks and displaying it in handy, zoomable map form, Sickweather allows you to see what horrible symptoms people from all over the state (including/ especially your friends!) are currently suffering from, with everything from workaday stress and headaches to the more-concerning ear infection, flu, and "hand, foot, and mouth", though the prescription to "stop playing sexy Twister" should be pretty obvious. After using a powerful proprietary algorithm to sift through Facebook and Twitter chatter about illness, the site formats trends into disturbingly oversized orange polygons that hover over ailing clusters; you can also zoom in for more specific reports, with a recent survey of Mile High turning up symptoms centered around Civic Center Park, E 13th Ave, and Blake St, where a group of 25 men choked continuously from April to September. Sync it to your own accounts, and SW'll handily track which of your friends are under the weather, organizing them by symptom; if you feel like being a good person and getting your poor pal some meds, the map'll even display the closest pharmacies to your buds, though it egregiously neglects to display the "pharmacies" with buds.
And because what's the point of having acute renal failure if your friends can't hear about it, the site will soon auto-blast out to FB & Twitter any time you post symptoms up on the board -- though really, just like those dudes in the park, you should probably focus on getting some fresh air.