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UVA School of Medicine kidney research has unexpectedly led to a discovery about the formation of the heart, including the identification of a gene responsible for a deadly cardiac condition.
2-year-old Kyrie received a heart transplant and six units of blood last year. Yesterday, he and his mom came back to the hospital to promote a great cause.
Last year, we shared a video of Kyrie celebrating his first birthday in the hospital. Here he is a year later, with a new heart!
Lynchburg-area resident Eric Koontz is an avid athlete, so when he started having trouble catching his breath, he thought it might be the flu. He actually had a heart condition called mitral valve prolapse, and it got so bad he had trouble caring for his three children.
Internet Crystal Ball Can Predict Risk of Heart Disease, Diabetes, Study Finds
A large new study found the online calculator is more accurate than traditional methods in predicting people’s risk of heart disease and diabetes. Click the photo to read more.
Gabriel's Heart Journey
UVA doctors are calling it a medical miracle. At just two years old, Gabriel Reck has had multiple open heart surgeries and a heart transplant. He is now celebrating two years with a new heart. Click the photo to read more.
MRI and CT of the heart for kids. What parents need to know about this process at UVA. #AmericanHeartMonth