Study shows Improvement in over 90% of participants.
Hemophilia not protective against heart disease.
CDC urges baby boomer testing; new drugs in development.
FDA revises cholesterol drug safety information.
Some drugs increase the chance of falls.
These books shed new light on bleeding disorders.
Regular Pap tests can help prevent cervical cancer
If you didn’t get a flu shot last fall, it’s not too late.
Children and adults with bleeding disorders can and should receive the recommended immunizations for their age group.
NHF encourages everyone who has a bleeding disorder to wear some form of medical ID. Some consumers are demanding more flair than the plain metal bracelet.
Growing older with hemophilia can feel less like the golden age and more like the rust years. As you age, it is important to advocate for yourself and access the resources at your HTC.
Men with hemophilia today are experiencing the joys—and the aches and pains—of a life lived into middle age and beyond.
As you prepare to travel for the holidays, here are some tips on traveling with hemophilia factor.
AFFIRM is a three-year fellowship targeting men with hemophilia ages 25 to 35 from across the country.
“Iron-poor blood” sounds like an old-fashioned ailment, but it’s not. It’s still the most common 21st-century cause of a condition called anemia.
Dave Meuleman stepped outside his comfort zone when he sat down to write personal letters about hemophilia to his state legislators.
Baby Boomers with hemophilia and their Generation X and Generation Y counterparts are discovering common bonds.
While living longer is something to celebrate, it also means facing aging-associated health conditions, such as cancer and kidney disease.
As people grow older and approach age 65 or consider retirement, it becomes important to obtain long-term health insurance coverage.
Performing open-heart surgery on someone with hemophilia is no easy task.