Use of Cookies

A cookie is a small amount of information that is stored on a computer in order to identify the browser while interacting with our websites. Cookies can be used to store items such as user IDs and preferences. A website can set a cookie on your browser if your browser preferences allows it. A browser only allows a website to access the cookies it establishes, not those established by other websites.
Healthvisors website uses these cookies for a) operational reasons: balancing and limiting traffic as a method of securing the service, B) ease of use: make it easier and friendly to use the web and remember aspects of the user: language, country, browser, etc 
The record of the activities is carried out at any case by the user in the network or the profile of the user. Some of the cookies are fundamental for the proper functioning of this web. If you continue without changing the settings, we understand that you accept the use of cookies by the Web. However, if you rather, you can change the cookies configuration at any time by setting your browser either to accept or not the cookies you receive or for the browser to notify you when a server wants to save a cookie:
• If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the menu option Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Advanced.
• If you are using Firefox, in the menu option Tools> Options> Privacy> Cookies.
• If you use Chrome, press the Tools button, then Settings, and finally Settings, Proxy Settings, Privacy “Use Custom Settings for History
• If you use Safari as a browser, press the access button to the general settings menu, then preference, and select the Privacy option. 
Otherwise, if you reject all cookies, you may not be able to use products or services from this website that require “login” or take full advantage of everything this website offers you.
Healthvisors thanks you to activate the acceptance of cookies, this helps us to obtain more precise data that allow us to improve the content and the design of our web page to adapt it to your preferences.”