Bleeding disorders bring unique menstruation concerns.
Programs offer the opportunity to gain knowledge, skills, empathy.
ITI is similar to allergy desensitization.
Self-infusion helps you manage your bleeding disorder.
Educate school staff on your child’s needs.
These ideas can keep you entertained even when you can’t run and play.
What to consider when starting treatment.
A growing number of Boy Scouts have hemophilia and other chronic medical conditions.
Ear tube surgery is a safe procedure for most children with bleeding disorders.
These books shed new light on bleeding disorders.
Learn how to protect your joints
Don't let your child fall behind in school
Single parents need to find ways to recharge their batteries.
Single parents find support while raising children with bleeding disorders.
Spirituality helps people dealing with bleeding disorders find comfort, hope and peace in the midst of a chronic health condition.
More than 50% of couples in which one partner is HIV-positive want to have children. What are their family planning options?
As a new school year begins, make sure school personnel know how to address the needs of your child’s bleeding disorder.
Learn how you can prepare your children to manage their bleeding disorder, beginning even when they're a toddler.
Although having a bleeding or clotting disorder can make a child a target, when it comes to bullying and mean girls, experts say anyone can be fair game.
Some parents in the bleeding disorders community must deal with additional medical and emotional challenges, because their children have a second diagnosis: a developmental disability or a neurobehavioral disorder such as autism or ADHD.