Here at The Diabetes Site Blog, we value your privacy. We do not wish to send emails, make Facebook posts or share our content with anybody who does not wish to receive it. If you need help being removed from any communication channel, please email us. Please read below for more details.
The Diabetes Site Blog is a blog-format website which posts informational and inspirational articles. Some of the content (videos or images for example), may be embedded from a 3rd-party source like YouTube but our commentary on these articles is unique. We aim to give full credit for resources used and will always comply with any and all copyright laws. If you feel a piece of content has been used without permission, with incorrect credit, or we are using your open-source content, please contact us at and we will correct this matter.
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The Diabetes Site Blog maintains a Facebook Fan page. If you want to remove yourself from the page or wish to quit receiving our inspirational posts, simply visit the page and click the “unlike” link at the bottom of the left column.
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The Diabetes Site Blog constantly uses aggregate and non-personally recognizable data about our customers both internally and using external providers, including Facebook and Google, to try to understand customer concerns and provide better products and promotions. We segment our data and email lists by issue area of concern, and also by type of product purchased, recency, frequency, and monetary value of purchase, which charitable gifts have been given, and other demographic and geographic data.
We don’t sell or rent our email lists. We do use our email lists to create profiles of our shoppers and clickers in order to market to similar people. We use outside groups, including Facebook, to help us in this effort, but we don’t allow outside groups to contact our shoppers or customers. These contractors help us create profiles of our shoppers, so we can market to similar people on other sites. This marketing is subject to the privacy policies of whatever site we are buying these ads on, and is not subject to our privacy policies.
We will use information that we have about your shopping or clicking behavior to provide you better quality offers and promotions, and to help us understand and serve our customers better.