Respect of Privacy
www.youngandhealthy.ca understands and respects your right to privacy. Personal information collected on this site about you or your use of this site is confidential.
Personal information is collected if you register for “send an e-postcard to a friend,” if you ask us a question, or sends us a creative artwork. To use these functions require you to provide your name and e-mail address. Non-personal information is collected through the use of "cookies", but our site does not store any cookies on your computer.
Cookies are simply small computer files transferred to your computer while you are using our site or another web site, which help us to know how often someone visits our site and what sections they visit. This allow us to better develop the web site according to your needs.
Please keep in mind that our respect of privacy statement applies only to www.youngandhealthy.ca. Our site contains links to other sites; we are not responsible for the privacy practices of any other web sites. Be sure to review all other sites' privacy policies before you proceed, and make sure you understand and agree with their policies concerning privacy.
If at any time after entering youngandhealth.ca, you you wish to have your personal information deleted, contact us at email@example.com
Making your choices and responsibility about the content
In accordance with the recommendations of Health Canada, the Canadian Association for Adolescent Health recognizes that health and sex education should be accessible to all and addresses all relevant subject areas. Effective health education recognizes that responsible individuals may choose a variety of paths to achieve health. They should have a right to accurate information that is relevant to those choices. Our web site reflects this basic right by presenting a broad spectrum of information in order to facilitate the ability to make knowledgeable choices. Issues related to health are sometimes complex and subject to differences of opinion. The purpose of our site is educational. We urge users to consider the information presented on this site and linked sites in the context of their own values and circumstances and to make personal choices that are informed and appropriate for yourself and your family.
The information on this site has been provided by The Canadian Association for Adolescent Health as a public service to youth. Although we have endeavored to ensure the accuracy of this information, you should consult with a physician or other healthcare provider if you are not sure you understand the information being provided. Information provided on this site does not replace the consultation to a healthcare provider since each situation is special.
Responsibility for other sites
You are able to link from our site to many other sites that present information on health. Although these links have been carefully selected, CAAH does not necessarily endorse the content of these sites and the content of linked sites may change periodically. Organizations and individuals that have developed these other sites, have full and sole responsibility for the content of their sites.