Every precaution is taken by Women’s Health Concern to ensure that the content of this site is accurate and legally and morally correct. However, the inclusion of any information including products and treatments, and views or comments expressed by individuals or organisations, does not necessarily represent endorsement by Women’s Health Concern. Women’s Health Concern does not accept responsibility for the views or comments expressed by individuals or organisations contained therein and all contributors to the site, through email, discussion forums or published works undertake to indemnify Women’s Health Concern from any third party actions that may result from their contributions.
Material published on this site is intended for reference and information only and should not be used in place of advice from a doctor or suitably qualified healthcare practitioner. The publishers of the site cannot be considered responsible for any health or medical problems that might arise as the result of any use of any of the material in this site. If any user has any concerns about her or his health, she or he should seek appropriate help from a doctor or suitably qualified healthcare practitioner.
Links to other sites
WHC exercises no control over linked sites therefore this policy does not extend to cover Linked websites that may collect entirely different data. The Privacy statement of the linked sites should be viewed.
WHC will retweet and repost at times if we believe that the information will be useful for our followers, but a retweet or repost does not endorse a product or company.
Any information required by law will only be disclosed when such action is necessary to conform to the edicts of the law or comply with a legal process served on our organisation.
Website advertising policy
It is Women’s Health Concern’s strict policy not to support or endorse any specific medical products, treatments or devices (including all pharmaceutical products whether available only on prescription or over-the-counter). However, whether you are in the commercial, public or voluntary sector, there are potential opportunities to advertise, inform on and sponsor women’s health.
All advertisements and any promotional, commercial or information in the form of articles, or display advertisements (including banners or logos), have to be clearly indicated and easily identifiable as such, separated and distinguished from the editorial content. All advertising (including, but not limited to web pages, pop-up windows and banners) have to be identified with the word “Advertising” or similar identifying clearly the sponsor.