How kids can train without getting bleeds.
Snow means winter funtime.
Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah are around the corner.
Self-infusion helps you manage your bleeding disorder.
These ideas can keep you entertained even when you can’t run and play.
Learn how to protect your joints
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Kids can participate in Hemophilia Walks, too. Here's how to get started.
You can have fun coloring pictures of all the people you visit during your annual hemophilia treatment center checkup.
When you have pets, taking care of them is also part of your life, just like taking care of your bleeding disorder.
Your school nurse will know who to call or what to do to make sure your bump or bruise doesn’t turn into a big pain.
Everybody is afraid of different things, even adults. Some people are afraid of spiders. Others are afraid of flying in a plane. But there are ways to deal with your fears.
As you become good friends with another boy or girl, you may decide you want to tell your new friend about your bleeding disorder. It’s your decision who you tell and how much you want to talk about.
Just like at other camps, you can swim, canoe, hike and do arts and crafts or drama when you’re away at bleeding disorders camp.
For kids with bleeding disorders, swimming is also a great sport for your joints!
Your mom’s tummy is getting bigger and bigger as a baby grows inside it. Maybe you’ve even felt the baby kick or push. Soon, you’re going to be a new big brother or big sister!
You have to be careful to follow the rules when you go online or send a text message.
Ask your parents to stock up on good-to-eat and easy-to-prepare foods for these times.
It helps us recognize what might cause injury and lets us know when our bodies need extra care and rest.
There are plenty of ways for kids with bleeding disorders to help out.