To answer your medical questions, 'Healthline' is a new and useful place to visit online

Who does not have medical and health questions? A new service just launched, Healthline who define themselves as "The web's best health information at your fingertips" is indeed quite good. I did a couple of searches including one on the Flu Season. I checked my state (New Jersey) on the map, got quick access to local statistics and flu clinics. All the information was in plain english, a breeze to use. They are now in Beta (early release) so there might be some kinks here and there but over all it is a very good tool.
To give credit where it's due, I found out about Healthline on Techcrunch.

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