Legal Notice

updated on 01/17/2023


In accordance with the provisions of Articles 6-III and 19 of Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on Confidence in the Digital Economy, known as L.C.E.N., it is brought to the attention of the Users of the site "" this legal notice.
Connecting to and browsing the "" site by the User implies full and unreserved acceptance of these legal notices.
These are accessible on the site under the heading “Legal notices”.


Editing of the site and hosting of the "" site is provided by SARL WHAT'S UP INFORMATIQUE.
Registered with the RCS of NICE under number 444 446 967
The head office: 16 RUE FONCET 06000 NICE
Phone: 04 93 13 89 81
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Publication is managed by the editorial committee


The site "" is the owner of the intellectual property rights or holds the rights of use on all the elements accessible on the site, in particular the texts, images, graphics, logos , icons, sounds, software.
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, whatever the means or process used, is prohibited, except with prior written authorization.
Any unauthorized use of the site or any of the elements it contains will be considered as constituting an infringement and prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.


Access to the "" Site and its use are reserved for strictly personal use and the User agrees not to use the site and the information contained therein. for commercial purposes.
The site is an information and communication tool for the general public, patients and healthcare professionals in particular, in accordance with the Code of Medical Ethics and the recommendations of the National Council of the Order of Physicians, concerning medical ethics on the health Web, adopted in a report of May 22, 2008.
Under no circumstances can this information or advice exonerate health professionals or patients from a real consultation with an anamnesis and a clinical examination, which alone can lead to a diagnosis and a prescription.
The site is accessible from any location, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, except in cases of force majeure, scheduled or unscheduled interruption and possibly resulting from a need for maintenance.
In the event of modification, interruption or suspension of the services, the site "" cannot be held responsible.


The site is exempt from declaration to the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL) insofar as it does not collect any data concerning users.


This site has a statutory clear advertising policy: no advertising appears on our site or in the emails we send. Our resources therefore do not use advertising.
We practice the exchange of links with many partners. This exchange is, in essence, gratuitous and free.


What is a cookie " ?
A "Cookie" or tracer is an electronic file placed on a terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) and read, for example, when consulting a website, reading an e-mail, installing or the use of software or a mobile application, regardless of the type of terminal used. (source: CNIL)
The site may automatically collect standard information. Any information collected indirectly will only be used to track the volume, type and pattern of traffic using this site, to develop its design and layout and for other administrative and planning purposes and more generally to improve the service we provide to you.

The following cookies are present on this site:
Google cookies:
- Google analytics: allows you to measure the site's audience.
- Google tag manager: facilitates the implementation of tags on pages and allows you to manage Google tags.
- Google Adsense: Google's advertising agency using websites or YouTube videos as a medium for its ads.
Third Party Cookies:
- Matomo: Open Source statistics tools.
- Elsight: Integration of Google reviews and other social network modules
- Quantcast: Cookie Consent Management

During the first navigation on this site, an explanatory banner on the use of “cookies” will appear.
The user gives his consent either by continuing to browse the Site, or by clicking on "Accept".
The consent given will be valid for a period of 30 days.
He can at any time choose to refuse the use of cookies and deactivate Cookies by following the procedure set out below.

If the User uses the Firefox browser:
To configure Cookies:
- Once Firefox is open, click on the Tools button, then on Options.
- In the Privacy tab, pull down the Storage rules menu and select Use custom settings for history.
- Check the Accept cookies box to enable Cookies and uncheck it to disable them.
- Choose the Cookies retention period:
- Keep them until: their expiry: Each Cookie will be deleted when it has reached its expiry date, which is determined by the site that sends the cookie.
- Keep them until: Firefox is closed: Cookies stored on your computer will be deleted when Firefox is closed.
- Keep them until: ask me each time: Displays an alert each time a website tries to send a cookie to ask for your permission.
To delete Cookies:
- Once Firefox is open, click on the Tools button, then on Options.
- In the Privacy tab, click Clear your recent history, check the Cookies box, then click Clear now.

If the User uses the Safari browser:
To configure Cookies:
- Launch your Safari browser. Click the Safari menu, then select Preferences.
- In the Preferences window, select the Security tab.
- In the Accept cookies area, check the box corresponding to the cookie settings you want.
To delete Cookies:
- Launch your Safari browser. Click on the Safari menu and then select Reset Safari.
- In the new window that appears, check the Delete all Cookies box.
- Click Reset button to apply information clearing.

If you are using the Google Chrome browser:
To configure Cookies:
- Click on the Chrome menu in the toolbar of the browser.
- Select Settings.
- Click Show advanced settings.
- In the “Privacy” section, click on the Content settings button.
- In the “Cookies” section, you can change the following settings:
- Block Cookies by default
- Allow Cookies by default
- Keep Cookies and default site data until the browser is closed
- Set exceptions for Cookies from certain websites or domains.
To delete Cookies:
- Click on the Chrome menu in the toolbar of the browser.
- Select Settings.
- Click Show advanced settings.
- In the “Privacy” section, click on the Content settings button.
- In the “Cookies” section, you can delete cookies:
- Click on Cookies and site data to open the “Cookies and site data” dialog box.
- To delete all cookies, click on Delete all at the bottom of the dialog box.
- To delete a specific Cookie, hover the mouse over the site that created the Cookie, then click on X in the right corner.