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Heart to Heart With Anna on Blogtalk Radio

An internet radio show for the congenital heart defect community available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  All shows are archived and available anytime, day or night, when you need it most.  Listen here. Examples of recent programs include “ECMO Success Stories for Babies with Congenital Heart Defects,” and “Falling Between the Cracks: When Children with CHDs have Educational Issues.” The program is now in its fourth season, and features interviews with medical professionals, parents, educators, and CHD survivors. Learn more here.

CHD Books from Baby Hearts Press

HUG donates books to hospitals and other institutions to inform and support families affected by congential heart defects.  Donations are limited by availablity.  Books can also be ordered directly from Baby Hearts Press or Amazon.com.    See the next page for complete descriptions. To receive books for your organization, please contact HUG.

 My Brother Needs an Operation       Written by Anna Marie Jaworski, Illustrated by Linda Ball

The Heart of a Mother             Edited by Anna Marie Jaworski; Foreword by Edward L. Bove, M.D.

The Heart of a Father: Essays by Men Affected by Congenital Heart Defects   Edited by Anna Marie Jaworski and Bob Daigneault; Foreword by Ray Fedderly, M.D.

 www.congenitalheartdefects.com  on the web

The most comprehensive site on the World Wide Web for CHD-related resources. Go there now.

Congenital heart defects are responsible for more deaths in the first year of life than any other birth defects, the National Institutes of Health reports. This site is devoted to providing information to members of the world-wide congenital heart defect (CHD) community.The site does not provide medical advice, but it does have information that may supplement what doctors and other professionals provide. Whether you are looking for definitions of medical terms, hospitals caring for people with CHDs, other people with whom you can network and share experiences, links to support groups, articles regarding CHDs, or resources for the CHD community, this is the right place!

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