Cardiomyopathy

My favorite moment from last year’s Boston Marathon was watching a proud father and his 2-year-old son cross the finish line
No further inquests into the pop star's death will be made.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network site, there are more than 120,000 people in the U.S. waiting to receive an organ, and 22 people die each day while waiting for a transplant.
I'm normally am not a big football fan. But this Sunday I will actually be watching the game in support of Charles Tillman, a Carolina Panthers cornerback who brings his "A-game" to everything he does on and off the field.
As the founder of the Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation, I am reminded of the challenges of celebrating the holidays when
The death of a child is an unspeakable tragedy. When 13-year-old YouTube star Caleb Logan Bratayley unexpectedly died last week, it captured the attention of millions of young teens and their families.
Losing my two boys at such a young age was devastating, and in our journey for answers we discovered that there was very limited understanding on cardiomyopathy in children and no support services for families affected by the disease. With this realization, my husband and I knew something had to be done to address the unmet needs of the disease.
Her new friends will learn about the heart condition that began slowing her at age 7. How it nearly killed her one night when she was 13. How her quality of life might've been ruined that same night if not for her mom dusting off the CPR training she received as a teen.
You would never send your child into the ocean if you saw a shark. You would never send your child into a pool if you saw lightning. Let's treat our kids' hearts with the same sense of caution and urgency because the real threat to our kids may not be found in the water or sky. It is likely hiding in their chest.
Joey Middlemiss had a big heart. Like many first-graders, he loved music and Spider-Man. Tragically, however, he was struggling with cardiomyopathy, a muscular heart condition that took his life in September 2013. His best friend, Will Manganis, missed his buddy terribly and wanted to do whatever it took to make sure his memory lived on.