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CYO scheduled 2nd date to meet the demand from parents – ATS HeartCheck

By site owner | 1,June 7, 2018

Tuesday, June 26   CYO of Johnson & Wyandotte Co. Youth Heart Screening   Youth Heart Screening offered to all CYO families Testing will be done at St Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, Leawood KS   A simple 30-minute heart screening provides the most valuable insight into your child’s heart health.  With testing designed specifically to…

Appointments NOW Available – Saint Thomas Aquinas Heart Screening

By site owner | 1,May 30, 2018

Wednesday, July 25, 2018   Saint Thomas Aquinas Youth Heart Screening   FOR AGES 8 TO 25 Only $129   The facts make signing your child up for the ATS HeartCheck an easy decision… • 40,000 babies are born every year with a heart defect  • A young Athlete dies from a heart condition every 72 hours  •…

Rescue During Sudden Cardiac Arrest and the Myth of Tongue-Swallowing

By site owner | 1,May 25, 2018

A-B-C – the beginning of the alphabet, a song by the Jackson 5 or the acronym that anyone who took CPR (coronary pulmonary resuscitation) before 2010 learned means Airway, Breathing, Chest Compression. I just learned that this CPR acronym is out-of-date.  Before 2010 I learned Airways – Tilt the victim’s head and lift his chin to open…


By site owner | 1,May 23, 2018

Wednesday, June 27, 2018  Emma Marie Aronson Memorial Heart Screening Lee’s Summit Community Heart Screening **ALL APPOINTMENTS have been taken for June 27th.  We still have appointments available for THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 16 at St Teresa’s Academy.  Use the following link to schedule for this Saturday. Only $129 – ages 8 to 25   40,000…

41 Interesting Facts about the Human Heart

By site owner | 1,May 16, 2018

The average adult heart beats 72 times a minute; 100,000 times a day; 3,600,000 times a year; and 2.5 billion times during a lifetime.[8] Though weighing only 11 ounces on average, a healthy heart pumps 2,000 gallons of blood through 60,000 miles of blood vessels each day.[4] A kitchen faucet would need to be turned…

4th Annual Kids Heart Screening at the J of Kansas City

By site owner | 1,May 15, 2018

Wed., July 18 & Thursday, July 19 Youth Heart Screening There are no more appointments available for Wed., July 18th.  To meet the demand, we’ve added appointments for Thursday, July 19th   FOR AGES 8 TO 25 Only $129 (Special Pricing Available for those that qualify) The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City is…

9 Things Parents of Kids With Congenital Heart Defects Want You to Know

By site owner | 1,May 15, 2018

 Contributor:   themighty.com Christina Schuetz Here are nine things parents of children with a congenital heart defect (CHD) want you to know, but may be too scared to say: 1. My child’s diagnosis is most likely worse than you think it is. One of the wonderful but difficult realities of CHD is that children often don’t look as sick as they…

Remind me of upcoming heart screenings

By site owner | 1,May 11, 2018

  Missed the chance to sign your child up to get their heart checked? No worries…that’s why we have a waitlist.  Just provide some basic information below and we’ll let you know next time we have a heart screening in your area!  

Georgia Tech’s Gray disappointed that heart defect ends football career

By site owner | 1,May 9, 2018

original post:  http://www.augustachronicle.com/sports/20180508/michaux-georgia-techs-gray-disappointed-that-heart-defect-ends-football-career By Scott Michaux  Posted May 8, 2018, at 12:23 PMUpdated at 9:27 AM  A.J. Gray’s view of his new horizon began at Disney World. On Tuesday morning – a day after Georgia Tech announced that Gray’s promising football career had come to a premature end because of a heart condition – the former Washington County star was headed to “the happiest place…

Teen’s Life Saved by Apple Watch That Alerted Her Heart Condition

By site owner | 1,May 5, 2018

Written by: Insisde Edition NEWS 8:23 AM PDT, May 4, 2018 – Inside Edition Staff   A Florida teen has credited her Apple Watch with helping her catch a life-threatening condition that she and her family believe would have otherwise gone undetected. Deanna Recktenwald, 18, was at church on April 22 when she got a notification from her Apple Watch that her…