Receive alerts and see illnesses diagnosed by doctors in your area to stay ahead of the germs!
Report symptoms in your household.
Connect with local healthcare providers and get illness information from the experts.
The Sneez App uses illness data from local doctors, and symptoms reported by people like you, to create maps that show which illnesses are going around right now and how common they are.
In addition to displaying illness data from doctors and hospitals in your community, the Sneez app lets you report symptoms for you or your family members – all so you can see what is going around and stay one step ahead of the germs! As the saying goes… an ounce of prevention equals a pound of cure – so go wash your hands, get a little extra sleep and download the Sneez app today! Get Smart, Not Sick.™
The only thing we share is anonymous data to help you protect and manage your family’s health. Your personal details will never, ever be shared.
The data we get from local doctor’s offices and health systems is not identified – we don’t know who has the flu, strep throat or other common illnesses, just the number of people who have been diagnosed in the last few days in the areas where Sneez has partnerships.
Sneez has earned over 4 stars on the App Store and 5 stars on Facebook. See what people are saying about the real time illness tracker.
As the parent of tiny humans that frequently visit parks, museums and their preschool centers it is inevitable that one or both of them will become sick. Then comes the guessing games. Is it a common cold, is it the flu, do I need to take them in? Is this a situation that requires some sort of medication?
Coming from the mom that has constant anxiety about what that cough means is that rash normal what is this fever preceding this app is a lifesaver. So many times my son has been sick and I wonder is this a 24 hour thing will this be strep throat is a big stomach bug going around.
ime to rant and then plug this app. My kid has had an ear infection for a time period I could only describe as “since the beginning of the earth.” It’s miserable. Have you ever woken up to your own offspring- your little tiny baby screaming in pain twice a night for weeks on end?
This app is a must have if you have little kids (though the data applies to everyone). One of my kiddos always has mild symptoms, the other gets hit hard. I love that I can search by symptom and see what is going around in my neighborhood, both self reported symptoms and Atrium density reporting,
We use a similar app for our kid’s school, but it only tracks students at the school. This illness tracking app uses diagnosis data from local doctors, along with user-reported symptoms, to create maps that show which illnesses
I am loving the resources available on the Sneez app. First and foremost, amid this pandemic I am appreciating that I can track my family members symptoms day by day of and when we experience illness.
I didn’t realize I was not the only one wanting to know what is going around. I’m not a germaphobe at all, but still when everyone starts getting stick I want to know before my whole office has it and I’m trying to avoid
Dr. Bill Satterwhite, a pediatrician from Winston-Salem, NC and the creative energy behind Sneez, is motivated by a single goal: to improve the health of our community. You might even say that he wants to keep people from Sneezing. That’s why he worked with a team of talented developers, health care providers and investors to invent the Sneez app – so they could wage a war on germs and help people stay healthy. He knew that when it comes to illness – information is power. By staying informed, people can take action to keep from getting sick and make better decisions about their own health – so they can Get Smart, Not Sick.™
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