Apparently not just an enthusiastic reference to our temperate climate (which is the ill na na), Sickweather's a real-time database for those under the regular weather, which culls trending maladies and individual symptoms from social networking sites to display concentrations of infectious people, presumably so Dustin Hoffman and Cuba Gooding Jr can go to each of their homes and shoot their pet monkeys with darts.
Because regular maps are for tourists, SW's "sick map" (again, NOT just a slangy way to talk about a sweet map) draws info nationally from Facebook and Twitter (with Google+ in the works) and attacks the flood of info with advanced wizard maths to create a completely zoomable rendering that displays groupings of symptoms as orange polygons (which can be zoomed to read individual "single-symptom reports"), all filterable by ailments ranging from the common cold to stress, which is what you're bound to do upon realizing just how common that cold is. Sign-up is as simple as having a Facebook or Twitter account, to which you'll soon be able to push-post updates on your own tribulations, and comes with sweet benefits like a digital compilation of your friends' status updates that have anything to do with symptoms of illness, which apparently include stress. Seriously.
And because it's really all about you, nearby grocery stores and pharmacies pop up on the map based on your preference for Western or holistic medicine facilities, though either choice will probably go a long way towards getting the sickness monkey off your back, Rene Russo be damned.