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Horizons in Hemophilia, January 2021



Cold Weather Can Mean an Increase in Nosebleeds

By Leigh Carpenter, R.Ph., Vice President of Pharmacy Services | January 14, 2021

For patients with bleeding disorders, the wintertime can be made miserable with nosebleeds (also called epistaxis). Since cold air does not hold as much moisture as warm air, this can cause sinuses and mucous membranes to dry out, resulting in damage to the nose lining. More...

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COVID-19 Vaccines and Bleeding Disorders: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

By the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF), December 28, 2020 | January 14, 2021

NHF recognizes that individuals with bleeding disorders may have questions and concerns relevant to the new COVID-19 vaccines, including any implications specific to their conditions. The following FAQs are therefore meant to address some of the most common questions. More...

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CDC Offers Checklists to Help Parents Prepare Kids for In-Person and At-Home Classes

By Jeff Cornett RN MSN, Vice President of Research and Public Policy | January 14, 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most children have had their school year disrupted. It’s difficult switching back and forth between in-person and at-home learning. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has checklists that can help parents make the experience easier for children. More...

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Thanks to Our December Facebook Birthday Fundraisers

January 14, 2021

We want to give a great big thank you to the people who chose Hemophilia of Georgia for their birthday fundraisers on Facebook. You could choose from hundreds of thousands of charities, and we are grateful you chose us. More...

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