The program, called "Flu trends," tallies the correlation between internet searches on flu symptoms and confirmed cases.
It displays the results on a map.
Google built the service in cooperation with the centers for disease control and prevention.
Experts say “Flu trends” can be useful when trying to protect yourself from getting sick.
The website is completely anonymous and according to the C-D-C, no personal information is collected.
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