1. Collection and Use of Personal Information
When you contact us offline, we may need your specific information in order to process your request and reply promptly.
We may ask you for contact information (such as your name, email and address) and demographic information (such as your zip code or age) to store in our databases for further use. We may also ask for health-related data to help you through our information, our programs and our services.
In general, we use identifiable information to proceed your query. Our mission is to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes, and we do that by providing appropriate health information. We promise you that we will not provide your name and address or email or any other information to outside parties.
2. Links to Other Sites
This site may provide links to other websites or resources. You acknowledge and agree that the Diabetes Symptoms has no control over such sites and resources and is not responsible for the availability of such external sites or resources, and does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for any materials available from such sites or resources. You further acknowledge and agree that the Diabetes Symptoms shall not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with use of such materials or goods available on or through any such site or resource.
3. Monitoring of Information
We monitor customer traffic patterns and site usage to help us develop the design and layout of the Diabetes Symptoms website. We may also use the information we collect to occasionally notify you about important changes to the websites, new services or features offered by the Diabetes Symptoms, and special offers and information we think you will find valuable.
Google Analytics is used to analyze traffic to this Web site. Google Analytics does not maintain individual profiles for visitors, nor does Google Analytics collect data that might identify the individual visitor. Google Analytics only collects aggregate data.
4. Collection of Personally Identifiable Information and Cookies
We collect standard information, by way of a cookie, to help us evaluate how our sites are being used. A cookie is a small uniquely identifiable text file that is stored on your machine. A cookie collects information that is used for statistical purposes and does not identify you in any way.
Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your browser settings to prevent that. Even without accepting cookies, you can still use most of the features throughout the Diabetes Symptoms Website.