While you may use most of the Services without registering, certain Services do require that you register with the Health help center for them to function properly. If you choose to register or update an existing account with a Health help center or access certain Services,
You may be required to provide certain personal information, such as your name, address, telephone number, gender, email address and date of birth, and a username and password to access your health help center account. You are responsible for ensuring the personal information that you submit to the health help center.
Health help center Health Manager
Health help center Health Manager provides you with a secure place to gather, store, manage, and share your personal information and provides tools and services better to manage your health and your family’s health. You are required to register with the
Health help center to use the Health help center Health Manager. WebMD Health Manager can use information that you provide to send you personalized emails or secure electronic messages. However, the Health help center does not allow any third parties to gather any data about you in connection with your use of the Health help center Health Manager, including cookies and other tracking technologies.
Furthermore, the Health help center does not use any information you submit in connection with the Health help center Health Manager to deliver any advertisements to you on or off the Health help center Sites.
From time to time, the Health help center may conduct online research surveys on behalf of itself and third parties through email invitations, pop-up surveys, and online focus groups. When participating in a survey, we may require you to provide your location, age, and if there’s a sweepstake associated with the market research survey, your name and contact information for purposes of sweepstakes administration.
The information you submit in a survey may be used by the Health help center for research and measurement purposes, as described below, including to measure the effectiveness of content, advertising, or programs.