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Young Adult Podcast: Grocery Shopping on a Shoestring Budget: How to Choose Healthy Foods without Breaking the Bank

November 3, 2017

By offering additional resources and education about the benefits of self-care and exercise for young adults, we hope to inspire a lifetime of healthy choices and habits! Our guests on this podcast are Kathryn Clark, a retired dietician, and Eric Burgeson, an active young adult with hemophilia. Kathryn and Eric iscuss ways to keep costs low at the grocery store […]

Young Adult Podcast Series: Getting Tech-y with It: A Hemophiliacs Fitness Journey

October 19, 2017

By offering additional resources and education about the benefits of self-care and exercise for young adults, we hope to inspire a lifetime of healthy choices and habits! Our guest on this podcast is James DeFilippi, a triathlete who tells us everything that goes into his training, from his training regimen to the technology he uses to work […]

Young Adult Podcast Series: Weight Lifting

October 19, 2017

By offering additional resources and education about the benefits of self-care and exercise for young adults, we hope to inspire a lifetime of healthy choices and habits! Listen in to learn about the benefits of hitting the weight room from Michael Zolotnitsky, Doctor of Physical Therapy. As a teenager, Michael made a conscious lifestyle change to […]

Dear Addy: Health Insurance for Young Adults

October 15, 2017

Dear Addy, My son with hemophilia is about to turn 26 and will need to find his own insurance plan. As a parent, how can I help him navigate this process? Signed, Always-an-Advocate  Dear Advocate, This is an important but complicated task. HFA created the following infographic as a tool for walking through the different […]

Infusing Love: Changes

April 28, 2017

As parents of a nearly twenty five year old son, my husband George and I have enough to write a book about being the parents of a child with severe hemophilia B. There are so many ups and downs raising Michael over the years. Our most recent up and down has been the transition of […]

Volunteer Spotlight: The Future is Bright

April 26, 2017

Rose Bender is a 20-year old sophomore at Yale University living with severe hemophilia A. She was 9 months old when her family first heard about hemophilia. Her bleeding at the time was so severe that she needed a whole blood transfusion, cryoprecipitate, and fresh frozen plasma just to stay alive. Volunteering and giving back […]

Living with Hemophilia: A Young Adult Perspective

August 31, 2015

The transition to adulthood is an exciting time for any young adult, and can include living on their own for the first time, beginning a job, or starting a college/higher education experience. However, this also means young adults must learn quickly how to juggle the inevitable increase of personal responsibility. Dakota, age 20, is a PharmD […]


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