What are Cookies

A cookie is information that is exchanged between the user and the server with different objectives; remember user preferences, perform analytical, personalized advertising and so on. At no time these Cookies enable this website to identify any user. By configuring the browser to block the use of cookies, so that you may not everything works as it should but if you could access the content.

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What they’re used on this site

Analytical cookies: whenever the user browses our site, our external provider statistics (Google Analytics) generates a cookie for usage of our website. Health does not authorize the sharing of this data to third parties. Identification at all times is anonymous and only allows to know the approximate trends of our visitors. You can check the privacy policy of Google Analytics on this link.
Advertising Cookies: to identify, completely anonymous, the user profile within an advertising based on interests and age range. We currently use Google Adsense to serve our advertisements.
Disable cookies in the browser

Most modern browsers allow blocking Cookies. Usually these options are on the menu: Settings, preferences or options. If you are using a browser that does not allow such configurations we recommend that you upgrade to a newer version.

For the most used browsers, you can find the options:

  • Chrome: Settings -> Show Advanced Options -> Privacy -> Content Settings.
  • Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Custom Settings.
  • Safari: Preferences -> Security.
  • Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings.