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If you have school-age children (or you’re about to), you may have heard of 504 plans and IEPs. But you...Read More
If you have a child with a bleeding disorder, the teen years can be challenging. It’s a time when adolescents...Read More
Kids should hear the facts about their bodies, sex and relationships from a trusted source—their parents.Read More
Confronting the challenges that come with being ‘back on the market.’Read More
Ding-dong! Ding-dong! The sound of a ringing bell means another camper has reached the top of the climbing tower at...Read More
Since it formally began in 2002, the National Youth Leadership Institute (NYLI) at the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) has seen...Read More
When you turn 18, you can exercise your right to vote. At 21, you can legally purchase alcohol. And when...Read More
On March 7–9, 2018, hundreds of people from around the country converged on Washington, DC, for the National Hemophilia Foundation’s...Read More
More than a quarter of all Americans ages 65 and older fall each year, according to the Centers for Disease...Read More
If you or a family member is newly diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, watching films and videos can be a...Read More
If you have a child with a bleeding disorder, the relationship that your family forms with a hemophilia treatment center...Read More
When you’re at home and you get hurt or feel a bleed starting, you know to go to your parents...Read More
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