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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Finding out your unborn baby has a heart condition can be a heart-wrenching experience for parents-to-be. Nearly a decade ago, Riley Hospital for Children launched a program to help parents cope with the stress and responsibility of hypoplastic left heart syndrome, but what they’re finding out now, is that it’s literally saving lives.
A baby with a rare heart condition gets to spend the holidays at home instead of at a hospital, and its all thanks to technology for families and clinicians. NBC 5's Sabrina Santucci has the story.
CLEVELAND-February is 'Heart Health Month.' This is the perfect time to remind all of us to take care of our hearts. For the tiniest of high risk patients, there is now an app to help with watching over the heart health of little ones.