Mind & Body

Mind & Body

Communication about sex and intimacy issues is key when one partner has a bleeding disorder.Read More
Stronger, more fulfilling intimate relationships require frank discussion and close attention to health.Read More
If you or your child has a bleeding disorder, infusing away from home can be challenging for several reasons. You’re...Read More
Does this scenario sound familiar? It’s late and you should be going to bed, but you have a few more...Read More
When you think of men and exercise, what activities come to mind? Running, cycling and weight lifting, for sure. But...Read More
We’ve all heard about the physical benefits of exercise. Among them: Staying active can decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease...Read More
If you have a bleeding disorder and you feel achy, you might crave the comforting relief of a massage. But...Read More
If you’re feeling under the weather, with a fever and muscle aches, you may have joined the millions who have...Read More
For too many people with a bleeding disorder, pain isn’t well-managed. The landmark Haemophilia Experiences, Results and Opportunities (HERO) international...Read More
How mountaineer Chris Bombardier persevered to become the first person with hemophilia to summit Mount Everest.Read More
Five ways to stay active while playing it safe in winter.Read More
Nosebleeds can be annoying and sometimes scary, especially if you have a bleeding disorder. But they’re seldom cause for alarm.Read More
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