What are cookies?
The strokeprevention.info website uses three types of cookies:
• Accessibility cookies
• Anonymous analytics cookies
• System cookies
The accessibility cookies remember the settings you selected, such as the text size. If you have sight problems the text resizer allows you to increase or decrease the font size – the cookie enables us to remember this setting.
Anonymous analytics cookies
Analytics cookies enable us to collect anonymous information about the way you use the site. They help us track which information is being viewed most frequently. The cookies cannot be used to identify individuals; they are used for statistical purposes only. Information collected during your visit includes:
• the number of times you’ve visited our website before
• when you arrived/left our website
• your geographic location
• the search engine you may have used to reach the website
• any links you click on
System cookies are used by the software that runs the strokeprevention.info website. These system cookies do not contain any personal information and are required to run the site.
You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
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More information about controlling cookies can be found by clicking here.