Cookies are small data files placed on your computer by the web server through your browser. When a connection is established between your browser and the server, the site recognizes you through cookies. The purpose of using cookies is to provide convenience to the user visiting the website. There are four types of cookies according to the purposes of use: Session Cookies, Performance Cookies, Functional Cookies and Advertising and Third Party Cookies. Medicana Health Point uses session cookies and performance cookies on its websites. Session cookies are temporary cookies that are stored on the user’s browser until they leave the Medicana Health Point website. Permanent cookies, on the other hand, are cookies that remain in the user’s browser unless they are deleted by the user. The lifetime of cookies varies depending on the browser settings made by the user.
Advertising and Third Party Cookies
These types of cookies are necessary for the Medicana Health Point site to function properly. These cookies enable the website to be visited and to benefit from its features. Session cookies are used to carry information between pages on the website and to eliminate the need to re-enter information.
These cookies collect information about the frequency of visiting the pages, any relevant error messages, time spent on the pages and the way the user uses the website. With this information, the performance of the website is increased.
With these cookies, it is ensured that the options that the user has made within the site are remembered, thus providing convenience to the user. Advanced web features are provided to users with these cookies.
These cookies are used by third party vendors’ cookies to use certain functions on websites.
In general, internet browsers are predefined to automatically accept cookies. Browsers can be set to block cookies or alert the user when a cookie is sent to the device. Since managing cookies differs from browser to browser, you can look at the browser’s help menu for detailed information.