Cardiology

One Patient’s Story: Marfan Syndrome and Pregnancy

I have Marfan syndrome. It’s a connective tissue disorder that affects my whole body, including my heart. My Marfan syndrome... Read full post »

One Mom’s Story: Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

Hearing my son get diagnosed with hypoplastic left heart syndrome was the scariest thing that’s ever happened to me. I... Read full post »

Why ACHD Patients Should See a Congenital Cardiologist

Would you take your car to a body shop if it needed new brakes? Of course you wouldn’t. Instead you... Read full post »

Can You Be Cured of Congenital Heart Disease?

If you had heart disease would you see a cardiologist? Most of us would answer “yes.” However, over half of... Read full post »

The Story Behind the Ranking: What It Means to Be Named One of America’s Top 10 Children’s Hospitals by US News and World Report

We work every day to provide the best possible care at Nationwide Children’s, and our most important seal of approval... Read full post »
Cholesterol Screening for Kids: When Should Your Child be Tested?

Cholesterol Screening for Kids – When Should Your Child be Tested?

You probably know that you need to get your blood lipids, or cholesterol, checked regularly as a way to understand... Read full post »
Adult Care Transition Program

Transitioning to Adult Care

Transition is a hot topic in the medical field, especially when working with teens. So why is that? And what... Read full post »
adult congenital heart disease and pregnancy

3 Things Women With Congenital Heart Disease Should Know About Pregnancy

Today, we expect that most children treated for congenital heart disease will survive to adulthood and lead a full adult... Read full post »