Privacy Policy

What We Do ?

You’re on a path toward health and fitness. And we are right there with you.

How you feel influences every aspect of your life, which is why you work so hard to get and stay healthy. Whatever your journey, we’re here to help, guide, and inspire you.

We cut through the clutter with simple, expert-reviewed, person-first experiences — all meant to help you make the best decisions for yourself and the people you care about.

We aim to help you take control of your health.

‘We Deeply Care” covers all aspects of physical and mental health in an open and objective manner because we care about the full person — your entire life. And because people come to us with unique difficulties, we listen carefully and prioritize empathy throughout our business. From our personal perspectives to our commitment to inclusion, you’ll notice that we sympathize with you.

We hope you use all of Wedeeplycare’s offerings, including our health and wellness library, podcasts, and communities.

We reject misconceptions, scare tactics, and stories that spread quickly online. Our writings are based on evidence and scientific research.

We don’t forget about the fun side, with plenty of practical, real-life advice from parents who have been there, and done that.

Our Process and Editorial Standards

Our editorial policies are:

  • Provide accurate information, including connections to reputable, unbiased medical practitioners, scientific articles, and government publications.
  • Include specific, “real-life” facts rather than generic general counsel.
  • Build on the existing guidance offered to parents, particularly new parents.
  • Eliminate incorrect information (“fake news”) and provide truthful responses backed by credible research.
  • Regularly examine and update content in response to the most recent news and research findings.

Privacy Policy

What personal data do we collect and why do we collect it?

Wedeeplycare may use your information in the following ways:

  • To keep running, improve, and take care of the site
  • To send email newsletters, which always have a way to stop
  • For the safety of the website
  • To answer questions or get in touch
  • So that you can keep track of the ads on the site
  • To send manager emails with things like technical information, security alerts, and information about changes

Cookies may collect information automatically, or you may freely submit information to this website. For example, when you leave a comment on a post, sign up for our newsletter, fill out a contact form, or email us directly, we may collect information. The steps that can be taken to instantly gather this information are listed below:

Information logged automatically

When you visit a website, your browser sends information to web servers, which automatically record it. These server logs may contain information such as your web request, Internet Protocol address, browser type, browser language, date and time of request, and one or more cookies that can uniquely identify your web browser.

WordPress Plugins

WordPress runs we deeplycare, and security tools are used on it. The IP addresses, locations, browser types, dates, and times that these plugins collect are all anonymous. The only reason they collect this information is to keep wedeeplycare safe from hacks, malicious material, and other security issues.

Embedded Third-Party Content

Some of the site’s articles may have videos, images, articles, and other material embedded in them. When someone sees embedded content from another website, it acts exactly the same as if they had been to that website.

These websites may collect information about you, use cookies, install third-party tracking, and watch how you interact with the embedded content. They may even watch how you interact with the embedded content if you are logged in to your account on that website.

Comment posting

When you leave a comment on one of wedeeplycare’s posts, you give us information like your name, email address, and (if relevant) web address. We also get your IP address and the user agent string from your computer to help us find spam. This information will only be kept so that we can link you to the comment(s) you make. We won’t use your email for marketing or share it with anyone else or sell it.

Google and Google Analytics

Google Analytics helps us figure out how people use our website. Cookies are used by Google Analytics to track how people use websites. The information received about our website is used to make reports about how people use it.


Cookies, web beacons, and other such technologies are used by our website to gather or receive non-personally identifiable data.

These are set by software that runs on our servers and by outside services like Facebook, Twitter, and Google Analytics, which may use the data to analyse user activity and popularity on our website and to help us target and evaluate our advertising more effectively.

Therefore, third parties, like Google and Facebook, may transfer and keep the generic information they create about your use of our website, including your anonymized IP address, on servers located in the United States.

Via your Google, Facebook, or Twitter accounts, you can also alter, conceal, or choose not to see tailored ads.

By making the necessary browser settings, you can also choose not to allow cookies to be used; however, please be aware that doing so might prevent you from using our website to its fullest extent.

You consent to our using cookies if you keep using our website without adjusting your privacy settings.  

Your rights

The purpose of this privacy policy is to fulfil your right to information about the gathering and application of your personal data.

Additionally, you might be able to ask that we:

Give you a copy of the personal data we own on you.

When your personal information is inaccurate or outdated, update it. If your personal information is no longer held by us, delete it.

Limit the manner in which we handle your data

Take into account any reasonable protests against our handling of your personal data. Give the information you provided us to a third-party service provider (when processing is automated and our legal basis for processing is consent or a contract). You might also be able to file a complaint with the supervisory body that oversees you.

Please be advised that not all situations will qualify for these rights, nor will they apply to all of the data we may have about you. 

For instance, in order to establish, exercise, or defend our legal rights, or to satisfy our legal and accounting requirements under the Companies Act, we might need to keep and handle information for a longer period of time.

Every marketing email we send has an unsubscribe link, so you can quickly change your mind at any moment without getting in touch with us.

If you would like to object to the processing of your personal information, withdraw your consent that has already been provided, or want accurate and up-to-date information, please contact us using the information below. We will do our utmost to respect your requests while adhering to our legal requirements.

If the right you want to exercise is applicable to the specifics of your request, we will let you know and reply to your request within the relevant statutory time frame.

Please be aware that in order for us to verify your identity, we might need more information from you if we have any doubts about it.

On what basis do we use this information?

We are entitled to use your personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union if there is a valid basis for doing so.

We utilise your personal information in the following ways:

  • We may use your information to fulfil a contract, 
  • obtain your consent, comply with legal obligations, or 
  • provide our products and services.
  • For genuine commercial purposes.

How is this information used?

We use your personal information to:

  • We strive to enhance our services and goods, as well as build strong relationships with our clients.
  • Our responsibilities include ensuring the security of our website and data, facilitating internal company processes, meeting legal and professional obligations, and monitoring and analysing our business to improve customer experience.
  • Promote and market our website and services.
  • We may be unable to accomplish these things without your personal information.

How long is this information kept?

  • We save your personal information only for as long as we require it.
  • We aim to fulfil your request for services while adhering to the law and accounting requirements.
  • To support a legal claim or defence, or to meet legitimate business objectives.

How Wedeeplycare protects your information?

we deeply care does everything it can to keep personal information sent through the website safe. Giving your information to the site, however, means you understand that no way of storing or sending data is 100% safe.

We truly care about keeping all information safe, but we can’t promise that it will be completely safe. Wedeeplycare might back up user data and site data with a third-party cloud storage company. That third-party company might have computers outside of the EEA (European Economic Area). When you send your information toWedeeplycare, you agree that those sites can be used to send, store, or process your personal information.

How is this information shared?

We may share your information with other parties in the following circumstances:

We have your consent or are required by law, regulation, or professional standards to do so.

We may need to exercise our legal rights to protect your or someone else’s vital interests. Our suppliers may process data on our behalf under contract, including payment providers, email service providers, advertising and analytics providers, and review collection services. These suppliers may be based in the UK or outside of the European Economic Area (the “EEA”). This could mean that your information is transferred from within the EEA to outside the EEA, or vice versa.

In the event that retirement, merger, or restructuring transfers ownership of the business to a new owner, we may need to share your information with the new owners.

Terms And Condition 

On this page, the website wedeeplycare will be referred to as “wedeeplycare.”

Wedeeplycare’s goal is to solely offer general knowledge for informative and educational purposes. This website’s information is not meant to take the place of expert medical advice or services. You should speak with a certified expert if you have any questions or concerns about any part of parenting or your child’s health.

You freely choose to read the information and articles on this website. You agree to all of the terms and conditions listed on this page by using wedeeplycare. You must exit the website right away and refrain from using any of the content on wedeeplycare if, for any reason, you are unable to agree to any of the terms or conditions stated on this page.

Wedeeplycare maintains the right, at any time and without previous notice, to change any of the terms and conditions listed on this page. By using wedeeplycare, you acknowledge that it is your duty to periodically check these terms for updates or modifications.

When terms and conditions and/or privacy policies are adjusted, your continuing use of wedeeplycare signifies your acceptance and acknowledgement of those changes as well as your agreement to be bound by and comply with the updated terms and conditions and/or privacy policy going forward.


While we deeply care to provide accurate information, we are unable to make any kind of express or implied representations or warranties regarding the availability, accuracy, completeness, suitability, or reliability of the information on the site, or the information or related graphics on the site for any purpose. You are solely responsible for any risks associated with using the information on the wedeeplycare website.

You understand that there may be mistakes or inaccuracies in the content and/or information on this website. To the greatest degree permitted by law, liability is specifically disclaimed for any such inaccuracies or errors. Under no circumstances will we be held responsible for any loss or harm, including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage resulting from the loss of data or profits arising out of or connected with the use of wedeeply care.

No warranties

This Website is given “as is,” with all of its flaws, and we make no claims or promises, expressed or implied, concerning this Website or the information found on it. You should not take anything on this website to mean that it gives you advice.

Copyright and Intellectual Property

Pictures, photos, text, and graphics on this website are the intellectual property of wedeeplycare and its contributors unless mentioned otherwise. They are protected by international copyright law to that end. For those who own material used on the site and think it’s there by mistake, please email us at, and we will try to find out what happened.

We and/or our licensors own all the intellectual property rights and items on this Website, except for the content you own. This is because of these Terms. You are only allowed to use this limited licence to look at the information on this website.


You agree that Cogmentis can stop you from accessing the Content or any part of it at any time, for any reason, and without warning. The laws of the United Kingdom apply to this deal, which is made up of these terms of service. By using this site, you agree that only courts in England, UK, can hear and decide any issues that come up because of or are connected to the Content. You can’t use the Content in any place where these Terms of Use aren’t followed, including this line. Because of this agreement or your use of the Content, you agree that you and Cogmentis do not have a joint venture, partnership, job, or agency relationship. Cogmentis must follow all applicable laws and legal processes in order to carry out this agreement. This agreement does not affect Cogmentis’s right to follow government, court, or law enforcement requests or requirements regarding your use of the Content or information provided to or gathered by Cogmentis for that use.

All of the above warranty disclaimers and liability limits will still apply if any part of this agreement is found to be invalid or unenforceable by applicable law. The invalid or unenforceable provision will be replaced by a valid, enforceable provision that most closely matches the original provision’s intent, and the rest of the agreement will still be in effect. This agreement, unless something else is said here, is the only agreement between the user and Cogmentis about the Content. It replaces all other communications and proposals, whether they were written, spoken, or sent electronically, between the user and Cogmentis about the Content. In legal or administrative proceedings based on or related to this agreement, a printed copy of this agreement and any notice given electronically will be accepted in the same way and under the same conditions as other business documents and records that were created and kept in printed form. Both sides have made it clear that they want this agreement and all documents linked to it to be written in English.

Third Party Content Disclaimer

There are links on wedeeplycare from outside sources to sites that, as far as we know, you can trust. But we’re not responsible for anything on third-party sites that we link to. If this website links to material that is offensive or otherwise objectionable by accident, please let us know at

The people who wrote the comments on wedeeplycare are fully and solely responsible for them. The author is fully responsible for any legal or other actions that may come up because of these comments. If someone else posts something on wedeeply care. Wedeeplycare does not agree with it or promise it.

Submissions or Information Posted To Any Cogmentis Website

Cogmentis does not claim ownership of the things you send to them (like feedback and ideas) or post, upload, input, or submit to any Cogmentis website or service that works with it (“Submissions”). By posting, uploading, inputting, providing, or submitting your Submission, you are allowing Cogmentis and its affiliated companies, licensees, and sublicensees to use it in the course of running their Internet businesses. This includes the right to copy, distribute, transmit, publicly display, publicly perform, reproduce, edit, translate, and reformat your Submission, as well as the right to publish your name along with your Submission.

As stated in this agreement, you will not be paid for the use of your Submission. You are not obligated for Cogmentis to share or use any Submission you make, and Cogmentis can remove any Submission at any time if they choose to.

When you post, upload, input, provide, or submit your Submission, you warrant and represent that you own or otherwise control all the rights to your Submission as described in this section. This includes, but isn’t limited to, all the rights you need to provide, post, upload, input, or submit the Submissions.


When you break these Terms of Use, including when you use the Content in a way that isn’t allowed by these Terms of Use, you agree to protect and hold harmless Cogmentis, its agents, employees, officers, owners, members, representatives, successors, assigns, licensors, and suppliers (“the Indemnified Parties”). This includes any loss, damages, judgements, awards, costs, expenses, or other costs that come from it. You also agree to protect the Indemnified Parties from any claims made by third parties that come from how you use the Content.

Confidentiality of Passwords and Information

As a customer of Cogmentis, you agree to keep any usernames or passwords you may have been given and any information you access through password-protected areas of the company’s website strictly private and secret. You also agree that you will not share, copy, or otherwise give this information to anyone else.