Volunteers from around the country are knitting hats for babies.
Volunteers from around the country are joining the American Heart Association.
Braelynn Neely, West Virginia
Braelynn Neely is a 2016 graduate of Clay-Battelle High School in Blacksville, WV, and a congenital heart defect survivor.
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Ady's Day at The Capitol
A Story from the Heart: Anne and Cade Lindsey, Kentucky
The heart. It is our life force. The rhythmic pulse with which our bodies are oxygenated and cleansed.
Charlotte and Rachel Richey, Kentucky
On May 28, 2015, four-year-old Charlotte was diagnosed with an electrical heart condition called Catecholarminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia (CPMVT). The diagnosis came after she had two incidents in which she lost consciousness and had to have CPR performed to save her life.
Nicole shares the story of her twins, Julianna and Jacob and the journey of "Jacob's Heart".
Newborn Screening Awareness Month
“This is not supposed to happen,” uttered Michele Coleman, remembering vividly the moment that cardiologists told her that her newborn baby was being rushed into open-heart surgery at seven days old.