A little fighter beats all the odds to overcome congenital heart disease shortly after her birth.
February is a great month to remember—every new baby should undergo a heart check before heading home.
After complex heart problems and several surgeries, little Graylyn Karaus is stretching, reaching and working toward walking.
Born with a severe heart defect, this lovable preschooler is now working to build muscles through therapy—and plenty of laughter.
Boy born with rare heart condition wins the game that matters.
'When you’re sitting there, you’re hopeless, but those doctors—they want to do everything they can to make sure that your child gets the chance they deserve. We’re very lucky.'
Less than 10 percent of adults born with heart defects are getting the right care. We aim to change that.
Ashley Ruhlig shares how she beat the odds, had a baby, and survived serious complications from her congenital heart defect.
Three of the five members of the Cruden family have heart defects, but they choose to not let it define their lives.
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