Similar information in German.
Swine flu A (H1N1) seems to make big news now and then. Since only spectacular news are good news, it might be a good idea to go to other places additionally, where the information is not so much biased towards being news worthy and has a higher chance of being reliable. My interactive graph and map of the development of influenza A (H1N1) with recent data from the WHO.
Here is an interactive website to do a flu Self-Assessment based on material from Emory University and provided by microsoft.
Could I have H1N1 flu (swine flu)
The National Health Service NHS of the UK does offer a similar service on a website
Swine flue symptom checker
World Health Organization (WHO) -
Center of Disease Control
Information by the National Library of Medicine
Center for Biosecurity (University of Pittburgh Medical Center)
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
The Cochrane Library
Swine Flu Outbreak on Wikipedia
Google Flu shot finder
Google launched a flu shot finder to help people find places where they can get their fall flu shots. Only 20 states in the US are covered so far (Nov 2009). They plan to expand the service to all 50 states www.google.com/flushot.