What an honor and a pleasure it was to talk with Dr. Gil Wernovsky about his vision for the future of pediatric cardiology related to care of those with critical congenital heart defects! He has kindly given us copies of some articles that he mentioned in his podcast. Dr. Wernovsky’s article is entitled, “Creating a lesion-specific
When a Heart to Heart with Anna listened to an episode about the Fontan heart and Liver involvement, she had a question and Anna’s Guest had a great answer!
“This is an extremely rare condition,” the doctor said to me as he was detailing the anomalies of my son’s heart. I left the room where he talked to us and discovered there were two other children in the hospital with the same “rare condition” my son had and another would be admitted before Alex
Okay, that title may be a bit misleading. Anna is certainly not having babies at this point in her life but her podcast has had two brand new podcasts spin off from her program! Loyal Listeners to Heart to Heart with Anna will recognize the voices of the Hosts of Heart to Heart with Nicole
Anna shares plans for travel in the upcoming year plus a little mistake that an astute Listener picked up on!
I can’t believe it’s already December! So much is happening right now! I’m so excited we’ve been doing some LIVE shows and they are going well. We’ll continue having LIVE shows through the month of December and start with Season 9 in January 2017. Today we’re doing something new and different! Following the program, we’ll open a
Cora DenHarder is a Tupperware consultant who understands the importance of having information about congenital heart defects available. She is the mother of quadruplets, one of which was born with a CHD — a patent ductus arteriosus. To learn more about the Tupperware fundraiser, Cora put together this informational video. The great thing about this
July 6th-8th in Chicago, Illinois I attended Podcast Movement 2016. I attended the Podcast Movement conference to learn more about podcasting and ways to improve “Heart to Heart with Anna.” I learned so much I’m still trying to process it all! One of the most important contacts I made was with the guys at Buzzsprout.
You can use the QR code above to go directly to Amazon.com and take part in their AmazonSmile program. Amazon gives 1/2 of 1% to Hearts Unite the Globe (HUG) every time you use that link. Donations like that help to keep Heart to Heart with Anna, the only radio show (podcast) for the congenital
I came to appreciate fathers in a whole new way when I began working on the book The Heart of a Father. That book is a compilation of essays by 50 men from around the world. Most of the men are fathers of children born with congenital heart defects. Some of the men are adult survivors