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As a parent, it's your job to keep your child's heart healthy and strong throughout development. Learn more about cardiac and heart conditions, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and more.
When pregnant patients receive a prenatal diagnosis of a congenital heart defect (CHD), they often have a lot of questions and concerns about what comes next.
A child being diagnosed with congenital heart disease can be overwhelming. Our experts provide advice to help you understand and support your child with CHD.
Diet and exercise are key parts of children's heart health. Use these tips and diet plans to keep your kids healthy.
Marfan syndrome is a connetive tissue disorder caused by genetic changes (sometimes called “mutations”) in the FBN1 gene.
Study reveals trends in parenting heart-healthy children.
Bicuspid aortic valve (BAV) screening is recommended for all first-degree relatives of someone with BAV. Early diagnosis can prevent later complications.
Kids can have high cholesterol, particularly if they are overweight, obese or have a history of family hypercholesterolemia.
Doctors and dentists sometimes recommend children with certain heart conditions take antibiotics before dental procedures.
Our ACHD team works closely with our pediatric colleagues to make your transition from pediatric cardiology to ACHD seamless and smooth.
Bicuspid aortic valve (BAV) is the most common congenital cardiac anomaly. Learn more about living with BAV, including exercise, diet and management tips.