Frequently Asked Questions
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Can I link to the WomensHealthSection.com from my web site? How do I request a link from the WomensHealthSection.com to my site?
Potentially any external web site may add a hyperlink to the WomensHealthSection.com without requesting permission. However this use must not infringe Women's Health and Education Center's (WHEC's) intellectual property rights, in particular relating to its name, emblem, copyright or authors' rights. WHEC does not normally provide links to external web sites unless there is a clear association with WHEC's activities.
Links from the WHEC web site
Because a link from the WomensHealthSection.com may be interpreted as an endorsement by WHEC of everything on the site to which the link leads, WHEC does not normally provide such links unless there is a clear association with WHEC's activities. The WHEC web site may from time to time have some exceptions to this rule for specific purposes, but links from WomensHealthSection.com, are normally reserved for the web sites of institutions or organizations with which WHEC works closely. The provision of a link from the WomensHealthSection.com, to other sites does not indicate endorsement of those sites by WHEC, and WHEC accepts no responsibility for the validity or accuracy of their content.
Links to the WHEC web site
In line with established Internet usage, any external web site may provide a hyperlink to WomensHealthSection.com or to any of its pages without requesting permission. However this use must not infringe WHEC's intellectual property rights, in particular relating to its name, emblem, copyright or authors' rights. The WHEC emblem may not be used in providing a link.
I am doing research. Where should I start looking for information?
For research on a particular women's health topic, begin by looking at the health topics list. Each health topic page provides lists of related sites, links and documents. The research tools page lists resources that can be used in research. These include statistical databases and the library database.
Why are countries referred to the way they are?
The Women's Health and Education Center (WHEC) adheres to UN terminology, and it is based on information received from the United Nations.
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