Latest Congenital heart defect Stories
CafeGive celebrates #GivingTuesday with a social media-powered holiday card that raises funds for The Children’s Heart Foundation. (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
CafeGive celebrates #GivingTuesday with a social media-powered holiday card that raises funds for Children’s Heart Foundation. (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
Children's congenital heart defects may be associated with their mothers' exposure to specific mixtures of environmental toxins during pregnancy.
Children with certain heart birth defects may have an increased risk for bacterial infection of their heart’s lining and valves.
Proceeds from the 7th Annual SBC event will benefit the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit at Levine Children’s Hospital, voted in 2013 by US News & World Report as a “Best Children’s
A team of scientists has found a mutation in a gene crucial to normal heart development could play a role in some types of congenital heart defects.
British Heart Foundation (BHF) Professor Bernard Keavney, from The University of Manchester and Newcastle University, led the research which saw investigators from Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford and Leicester universities in the UK, together with colleagues in Europe, Australia and Canada pool resources.