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.
About 2 million kids and teenagers in the US who are 12 to 17 years old had at least one major depressive episode in the previous year.
When you’re the primary caregiver for someone with a bleeding disorder, sometimes it seems like just one more thing will make you snap.
Starting a home-care regimen for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders can be a life-changing experience for families. Here’s what you need to know about storing factor products properly.
A tangled web of emotions weaves its way through sibling relationships when one child has a chronic health condition and the other does not.
Shai had been anxious about needles before. But as his parents prepared to transition him away from his port, he began to hide his arms at infusion time.
A child’s fear of and protest against the infusion process often create a stressful situation for himself and his parents, who can feel powerless.
Getting sick is a natural part of childhood, but when a child with hemophilia catches a nasty bug, parents need to take special precautions.
Many parents of children with hemophilia have overcome hurdles to forge happy, healthy relationships.
Growing kids. Aging parents. Adult children in the middle.
Although she phased out such dramatic physical precautions as her son grew and his condition was better controlled, suppressing her protective impulses proved challenging for Eileen.
Adoption experiences in the bleeding disorders community are as rich and varied as the families themselves.
Among the more than 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States, there is a good fit for almost any student with a bleeding disorder.