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  • Career Decisions and Looking for a Job

    Looking for a job is not an easy task. There are millions of people like you preparing to find a job.

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  • Cannes Festival

    When I found out that my short film, “The Triumph of Time,” was accepted by the Cannes Festival, I was more than amazed. We already were accepted to several festivals around the world and even won a few awards, but this was different.

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  • The SURO Experience

    After participating in the Step Up Reach Out (SURO) program and attending meetings in San Francisco and Panama City, we would like to introduce you to the program and explain why it has become one of the best experiences of our lives.

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  • Step Up Reach Out (SURO) – An International Leadership Program

    SURO is an international youth leadership program designed to develop and train young adults in the bleeding disorders community who possess the drive and ability to become leaders.

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  • Making a Career Decision with Hemophilia

    If it's time to make decisions about what you're going to do with the rest of your life, don't worry.

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  • Music and Hemophilia

    After a bleed in my knee at age 13, I began playing an instrument. And after that, I never stopped. My name is Lucas. I’m from Argentina and I recommend trying to play an instrument.

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  • Finding a Mentor and Being a Mentor

    There are a number of reasons why you may find yourself looking for a mentor - someone to help guide you in your chosen career, to provide you with moral support if you are going through a difficult time or to help you steer through life's ups and downs.

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  • Sibling Rivalries

    If you grew up with a brother or sister, chances are you have experienced sibling rivalry at some point or another.

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  • What to Consider When Looking at Universities

    If you are at the stage in life where people are asking you, “What are your plans after high school?” chances are you are intending to pursue the higher education route.

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  • Keeping Your Connection Overseas

    Those with hemophilia might just be among the most cosmopolitan folks around, considering the number of international friendships formed at hemophilia camps around the world. An international friendship can indeed be a special relationship, allowing each individual to learn about the other’s culture and providing a constantly-rewarding friendship.

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  • Distance Learning

    It wasn’t long ago that getting an education meant you lived on campus at a college or university, slogged your way to classes every day and pulled sleepless all-nighters in the library to prepare for a big final exam. Today, technology is changing the very face of traditional education.

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  • Adventures on the High Seas

    If you’ve ever read Treasure Island or watched a Pirates of the Caribbean movie and longed to feel the deck of a tall ship dancing beneath your feet, headed for destinations unknown, this idea may not be as farfetched as you think.

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  • A Declaration of Independence

    Walking. Running. Riding a bike. Driving a car. So many childhood milestones are related to going somewhere—usually in a direction away from our parents.

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  • When to Reveal You Have Hemophilia

    Who should I tell? What do I tell them? What do I do if they act differently towards me after I tell them? These are all questions persons with hemophilia may ask themselves.

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  • 5 Sporting Events You Must See Live

    Sure, sitting on your couch with your favorite snack or even gathering in a pub with a few comrades is a fun way to watch a game. But nothing beats seeing a great sports match live: the energy of the crowd; the cheers of the fans; the blood, sweat, and tears all on display.

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  • Take the Lead

    Leadership is a term that gets thrown around a lot, but it’s more than just a buzzword on a résumé or curriculum vitae (CV). Whether changing their neighborhood for the better or setting their sights on a whole continent, leaders make a difference.

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  • Bon Appétit

    Some restaurants draw you in with their fresh ingredients. Others concentrate on the atmosphere or location. Still others aim to entertain.

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  • Body Art for Beginners

    While body art may seem distinctly modern-day, evidence suggests that tattoos have been around since at least 3300 BC in different societies and for varying purposes.

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  • Your Dream Job Is Waiting

    Turn on the TV, flip through the newspaper and the news is a bit doom and gloom about job prospects. If you have severe hemophilia, you may think a down economy coupled with a bleeding disorder is a recipe for unemployment.

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  • How to Choose a Career

    Find out how to start your career doing something that you both enjoy and is of interest to you. Given that you will be working for nearly 40 years, it's important to choose the right career to help fuel a happy and healthy life.

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  • Working from Home

    It wasn’t long ago when working from home presented major challenges. But those challenges have begun to fade away with recent advances in technology, and today, more people work from home than ever before.

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  • High Anxiety: Leaving Home Can Be Exciting (and Scary)

    Admit it! You’re tired of the same old, same old, and you’ve been secretly counting down the days, the months, and perhaps even the years until you can finally leave the nest.

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  • Bollywood

    Did you know that Bollywood star Abhijeet Bhattacharya recently donated 50,000 Rupees to Hemophilia Federation India? The MTV India Lifetime Achievement Award-winner partnered with fellow Bollywood star, Shaan, and Hemophilia Federation India to raise awareness of the condition, which brought hemophilia front and center via one of the region’s most revered sources of entertainment.

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  • Chocolate - Not Just for Girls, Anymore

    Chocolate has become much more than a woman’s guilty pleasure – it has become one of the more popular and evolved food products in the world.

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  • There’s an App for That!

    Congratulations, you are now the proud owner of a smartphone! With your flip-phone now retired, you are a sleek and polished touchpad away from taking on the latest and greatest technology.

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  • Community Service: Get Involved

    Helping others in your community is a great way to empower yourself. Find out how you can get involved and make a difference.

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  • Spring Cleaning: Home Isn’t the Only Place that Likely Needs Tidying!

    Hear that? It’s spring-time knocking on your door—and that can mean it’s time to clean out your house, right? Not necessarily—there are plenty of other places that need cleaning!

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  • History of Hemophilia

    Although hemophilia has existed since ancient times, the majority of the advances in understanding the problem and its treatment have come within the past century. Here’s a look at hemophilia’s progression, from its earliest mention in the Talmud to modern day.

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