CDHNF - Children's Digestive Health and Nutrition Foundation
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Celiac Disease
Our Privacy Policy
This web site is owned and operated by CDHNF. The privacy concerns of our visitors are important to CDHNF. We will take all means available to ensure that your personal information is kept private. If you have any questions or concerns about our "Privacy Policy," please contact us.


As a general policy, NO personal information is collected from our visitors. The only personal information that is captured through the web site is that which you volunteer. However, as with most sites, certain non-personal information is recorded by the standard operation of our servers ("Cookie" technology). Such information is used to provide an enhanced online experience, and may include:

  • The name of the ISP from which you access the Internet.
  • The date and time you accessed the site.
  • The Internet address of the Web site from which you enter our site and where you go after you leave our site.

This information is also used to measure and monitor the use of our site and to improve its content. The "Cookie Technology" does not personally identify you or extract any information from your computer. Data which would personally identify you is known only when voluntarily submitted.

The voluntary information you provide us with is used to improve our information delivery standards and/or provide the requested information. The information that is gathered through the web site is only used for Internal purposes. We do not share private information with individuals that are not employed by CDHNF. Please be advised, that information supplied through reply forms can be accessed by third party vendors. CDHNF can not exercise control over the use of this information.


This site was created to be informative. Accordingly, we will permit you to download or photocopy material displayed on this site for your non-commercial personal use. Any content or graphics extracted from the site must prominently display copyright and other proprietary notices.


This site is owned by CDHNF. Any images, graphics, multimedia, or content is copyrighted by CDHNF and may only be used in the manner provided for in these Terms and Conditions. In addition, the site contains names, logos, trademarks, service marks and other intellectual property which are the property of CDHNF and may not be used for any purpose without the express written consent of CDHNF.


CDHNF provides links to other sites for information purposes only. Unfortunately, the content on many of these sites is maintained by parties other than CDHNF. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the content. Nor do we endorse the materials presented on sites which are not owned and operated by CDHNF.


The terms and conditions outlined throughout this Privacy Policy, are interpreted in accordance with and governed by the laws of the U.S.A. on such matters.

If any provision of this agreement is unlawful, void or unenforceable, it will not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions. This statement sets forth the entire agreement regarding all of the matters discussed in this statement.

By law, these terms and conditions may change at any time. You will be required to comply with such revisions and therefore should periodically visit this section to review the current terms and conditions to which you are bound. However, we think it is much more exciting to periodically visit our changing corporate site. The information available at will keep you informed about our company and our services.

This website is sponsored by the (CDHNF), the research and education arm of the (NASPGHAN). Whether you are a parent, kid, teen or medical professional, we are sure that you will find our site a valuable resource to help you manage and understand IBD.

Celiac Disease is an education campaign on Pediatric Celiac Disease by the Children's Digestive Health & Nutrition Foundation.

Visit our for more information on Kids IBD and Pediatric GERD.

Educational support for the CDHNF Pediatric Education Campaign was provided by sponsors University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research and Prometheus Therapuetics and Diagnostics.