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By Sarah Aldridge | 07.10.2013

FDA warns of life-threatening reactions after tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy.

By Kadesha Thomas | 06.28.2013

Get the benefits of gym class while minimizing risk.

By Leslie Quander Wooldridge | 04.11.2013

Bleeding disorders bring unique menstruation concerns.

Parents of Newly Diagnosed Children Receive Help From Support Groups
By Sarah Aldridge | 04.11.2013

Programs offer the opportunity to gain knowledge, skills, empathy.

By Sarah Aldridge | 08.07.2012

ITI is similar to allergy desensitization.

By January W. Payne | 07.20.2012

Self-infusion helps you manage your bleeding disorder.

By Laura Putre | 05.03.2012

Educate school staff on your child’s needs.

By Heather Boerner | 04.16.2012

These ideas can keep you entertained even when you can’t run and play.

By Chris Blose | 04.13.2012

What to consider when starting treatment.

By Heather Boerner | 03.23.2012

A growing number of Boy Scouts have hemophilia and other chronic medical conditions.

By Sarah Aldridge | 03.16.2012

Ear tube surgery is a safe procedure for most children with bleeding disorders.

By Shellie Terry Benson | 02.28.2012

These books shed new light on bleeding disorders.

By Heather Boerner | 02.09.2012

Learn how to protect your joints

By Melanie Padgett Powers | 02.09.2012

Don't let your child fall behind in school

Grandparents with single mom and little boy
By Diane S. Standish, LSW | 10.24.2011

Single parents need to find ways to recharge their batteries.

Single dad with his son and father playing chess
By Kadesha Thomas | 10.24.2011

Single parents find support while raising children with bleeding disorders.

Cross in front of church stained glass window
By Sarah Aldridge | 09.28.2011

Spirituality helps people dealing with bleeding disorders find comfort, hope and peace in the midst of a chronic health condition.

Baby boy crawling
By Heather Boerner | 09.19.2011

More than 50% of couples in which one partner is HIV-positive want to have children. What are their family planning options?

Backpacks in school lockers
By Phyllis McIntosh | 08.21.2011

As a new school year begins, make sure school personnel know how to address the needs of your child’s bleeding disorder.

By Laura Putre | 07.25.2011

Learn how you can prepare your children to manage their bleeding disorder, beginning even when they're a toddler.