Sydney McFall   |   December 9, 2019

This post was written by Lisa Bocan. Lisa is mom to three beautiful children, one being heart angel Mila Rose. Read about Mila’s story through her mom’s eyes. It is …

Sydney McFall   |   December 2, 2019

Adult CHD Patient Parent Patty Hansen is the mom of Meghan Roswick, making her a CHD patient parent. Meghan is 28 years old, leading a beautifully adventurous life, and is …

Sydney McFall   |   November 25, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving! It’s almost Thanksgiving and we all know what means. Time to break out the stretchy pants! We eat until we’re as stuffed as the turkey and spend the …

Sydney McFall   |   November 22, 2019

What is it?  The Fontan procedure is most often performed on single ventricle heart defects. It is the third step in the three step Fontan series. It is normally done …

Sydney McFall   |   November 20, 2019

What is it?  The Glenn procedure is most often performed on single ventricle heart defects. It is the second step in the three step Fontan series. It is normally done …

Sydney McFall   |   November 18, 2019

What is it?  The Norwood procedure is most often performed on Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome patients and, in some cases, other single ventricle heart defects. It is usually the first …

Sydney McFall   |   October 28, 2019

James Rutledge has a dream to climb the seven summits, the tallest peaks on each continent which includes Mount Everest and Kilimanjaro. He also has Dextrocardia, a congenital heart disease …

Sydney McFall   |   October 21, 2019

CHD Married Life Meagan and Billy Houpt are two love birds living their life together as husband and wife. However, their relationship is special and has had struggles that many …

Sydney McFall   |   October 14, 2019

TGA Research Project Heart issued a grant in December of 2018 to fund Dr. Jackie Shuplock and Dr. Ann Kavanaugh’s fetal research on d-Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA). TGA …

Sydney McFall   |   October 2, 2019

You found yourself asking “How does my heart work?” Well, your heart is singularly amazing. It beats 115,000 times every day, moving more than 2,000 gallons of blood through your …

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