15 Dec
Myocarditis News

Is COVID-19 an Autoimmune Disease?

Could this be the connection to why people who have mild Covid-19 or are asymptomatic have evidence of heart inflammation? Please click on the link...
14 Dec
Myocarditis News

Looking Towards Tomorrow at the End of 2020 to Help Carry the Myocarditis Foundation Into 2021

We are two weeks away from the end of one of the most challenging years of the century for many, including the Myocarditis Foundation. The 2020 COVID...
10 Dec

Frequent Causes of Cardiomyopathy

Cardiomyopathy is a deformation of the heart muscle. Walls of the heart become enlarged, inflamed, or brittle, limiting their ability to pump blood...
2 Dec
Awareness & Fundraising

End of Year Giving in 2020

The Myocarditis Foundation is a 501c3 Charity which receives over 30,000 unique visitors to our website a month.  As well,  the Office receives many phone...
24 Nov
Awareness & Fundraising

Holiday Thoughts from the Myocarditis Foundation

It’s officially 1 week before Giving Tuesday 2020. Giving Tuesday is a global day of generosity that will take place on December 1, 2020. Giving...
20 Nov
Myocarditis News

Myocarditis Foundation to Start the New Year with a Zoom Meeting for Patients and Families!

On Saturday January 9th , from 10am-12noon Eastern Time, we will again be holding a chat with our Cardiologists and Researchers. This time our distinguished...
20 Nov
Education - Enlarged Heart

Signs and Symptoms that May Point to an Enlarged Heart

Cardiomegaly is a medical term referring to an enlarged heart muscle. The condition is obvious on an X-ray, as a patient’s heart appears larger than it...
20 Nov
Education - Myocarditis Victims (Pediatric)

Mechanical Circulatory Support Saves Lives in Children with Myocarditis

  Myocarditis is rare in children. When it appears, however, treatment is difficult. While the muscle slowly recovers, there’s always a risk of...
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