Collection of personal information
Domain information collection
Health Magazine collects domain information (such as “IP address” and “URL”) as part of her analysis of the use of this site. This data enables us to know how users visit our site, how often they visit and the site sections they visit most of the time. This information is collected automatically and this process does not require any action on your part.
Disclosure of information to a third party
Health Magazine does not exchange or sell email addresses or any other information to any third party, it’s very privacy.
Some pages of this website use “cookies”, which are small files that the site places on the hard disk of the visitor’s website in order to collect information about it. These files can be used to register on the site the next time the user visits and make navigation to the site easier.
A cookie is kind of data that a website can send to your browser, and store it later on your device as an unknown file that identifies the device but does not recognize you. It should be borne in mind that cookies cannot read data stored on your device’s hard disk. Your internet browser may notify you when cookies are received, allowing you to accept or reject them. If cookies are not accepted, some pages may not function completely and you may find it difficult to access some information on this site.
Cookies on this site consist of:
- Temporary cookies that help fill out forms and remember information when moving between pages. These cookies are destroyed when the browser is closed.
- Google Analytics cookies to monitor site usage.
- Our website may also use a website registration service that can record mouse clicks and movements, the navigation of site pages, and any text written in the site’s forms. The data collected by this service is used to improve the usability of our website. The information collected is stored and used for compiling statistical reports, and is not shared with any other party.