Men’s Health and Blood Disorders

A happy healthy father carrying his daughter on his back

Many men do not get medical care, undergo preventive screenings, or even have a primary care doctor.1 All men, need to have regular checkups and be aware of health risks for their age, ethnicity, and lifestyle.

Men’s Health Month encourages men to take charge of and be proactive in their overall health. It’s a great time to remind the men you know who have blood disorders to care for their bodies! This includes eating right, exercising, and taking charge of their mental health and well-being.

CDC has the resources and tools to support men’s health.


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Exercise and maintain a healthy weight to protect your joints.  People with #Hemophilia who are overweight are more likely to have decreased movement in their joints and may require a larger (and more expensive) dose of treatment product. #MensHealthMonth

An illustration of person’s calf with a blood clot.

This #MensHealthMonth, take a short quiz to find out how much you know about blood clots and how to prevent them.

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Living with #SickleCellDisease can be a challenge. But there are steps you can take to live the healthiest life possible. This #MensHealthMonth, check out some tip sheets to get started.