Article 1: Editorial responsibility

The Website is published by the company HealthWorks France (hereinafter referred to as “HealthWorks”) whose contact details are indicated below:

HealthWorks France
Limited liability company with capital of 5,000 euros
6 rue de Castellane – 75008 Paris
RCS of Paris n°514 959 220
VAT number: FR91 514 959 220
Telephone: +33 142 66 15 59
Manager: Mr. Uwe DIEGEL
Publication director: Mr. Uwe DIEGEL
Webmaster: Mr. Uwe DIEGEL

Article 2: Hosting of the Site

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Article 3 – Graphic credits and photographs

The graphic works and photographs present on the Website come from different and protected sources as indicated in article 4 of the General Conditions of Use of the Website.

Article 4 – Knowledge and respect

The User of the Website acknowledges having the skills and means necessary to access and use this site. In addition, he also acknowledges having verified that the computer configuration used does not contain any viruses and that it is in perfect working order.

Finally, the User also acknowledges having read these legal notices, the general conditions of use and the confidentiality and personal data policy of HealthWorks and undertakes to respect them.

Article 5 – Data Protection Act – Right of access, modification, deletion


The data controller is Mr. Uwe DIEGEL, in his capacity as manager of the Limited Liability Company HealthWorks France, registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 514 959 220 and whose head office is 6 rue de Castellane, F-75008 Paris.

In accordance with article 22 of the “Informatique et Libertés” Law of January 6, 1978 as amended by the law of August 6, 2004, the automated processing of personal data was the subject of a declaration to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).

The Personal Data and Confidentiality Policy, implemented by HealthWorks, is regularly accessible by the User from the Website, particularly in its possible modifications and updates.

In accordance with the law “Informatique et Libertés” of January 6, 1978 as modified by the law of August 6, 2004, the User has a general right of access, modification, rectification and deletion in the event of legitimate reason. , Personal Data concerning him, which would be collected through cookies under the conditions defined below.

The User may exercise these rights and prerogatives by sending an email to HealthWorks at the email address: or by sending a postal letter to HealthWorks, 6 rue de Castellane, 75008 Paris, indicating their first and last name. , email address, and if possible your customer reference.

A response will then be sent to you within a maximum of two (2) months following receipt of the request.

HealthWorks invites the User to read its Personal Data and Confidentiality Policy.

Article 6 – Cookies Policy

The user is informed that each time they visit the site, a Cookie may be automatically installed on their browser software. A Cookie is an element which does not allow the identification of the user but allows information relating to their navigation on the website to be recorded. The configuration of your navigation software allows you to be informed of the presence of Cookies and possibly to refuse their presence according to the procedure described at the following address:

For more details, please consult our section dedicated to our Cookies policy in the Website document entitled “Personal Data and Confidentiality Policy”.

The maximum retention period of this information by HealthWorks on the User's computer is thirteen (13) months.

The User can refuse the presence of cookies by configuring the browser software they use. In the event of difficulty during configuration, the User is invited to consult the method described at the following address:îtriser.

However, if the browser is configured to refuse all cookies, the User may be blocked from browsing and may not be able to carry out all the operations offered, in particular purchasing procedures or certain functions intended to facilitate the navigation on the Website, such as the possibility of storing items in the shopping cart offered to the User.

Article 7 Website audience measurement analysis tool

The User is informed that, by default, the Website uses the “Google Analytics” audience analysis tool system which also uses cookies.

In this regard, the User is invited, on this particular point, to refer to the section of the Personal Data and Confidentiality Policy, entitled – Analysis tool used by the website: Google Analytics, where it is indicated that the User can refuse these so-called “analytics” cookies and that he can use the link to the opposition mechanism: “Click here to object to Google audience measurement cookies”

Article 8 – Intellectual property

The Website and all the elements composing it, such as in particular the domain name, any brand, logo, software, tree structure, database, graphic charter, design and model, illustration, animation, image , text, are protected by intellectual property rights.

HealthWorks is the exclusive owner of the intellectual property rights relating to the Website and all of its elements, with the exception of photographs, videos and other media from the providers themselves. Any copy, reproduction, representation, adaptation, alteration, modification, unauthorized distribution, in whole or in part, extraction or reuse, repeated or systematic, including for private purposes, of all or part of the Site, by any means whatsoever, constitutes an infringement.

The trademarks and domain names as well as the designs and models that appear on the Site are the exclusive property of HealthWorks.

No license, nor any right other than that of consulting the Site, is granted to anyone with regard to intellectual property rights. The reproduction of documents from the Site is authorized for the exclusive purposes of information for personal and private use. Any reproduction or use of copies made for other purposes is expressly prohibited.

HealthWorks invites you to read its “General Conditions of Use of the Website” for a complete understanding of the intellectual property rights relating to the Site.

Article 9 – Disputes

The Legal Notices are established in accordance with French law and in particular the provisions of the law of June 21, 2004 for confidence in the digital economy as well as the law of January 6, 1978 modified by the law of August 6, 2004 Informatique et Libertés.

In the event of a dispute and after an attempt to seek an amicable settlement, any dispute relating to the acceptance, validity, interpretation, application, or execution of any of the provisions of the Legal Notices, is assigned express agreement to the Courts within the jurisdiction of the Paris Court of Appeal, which have sole jurisdiction, regardless of the place of subscription and notwithstanding multiple defendants, or warranty claims.