20 Nov
Awareness & Fundraising

Gratitude to Organ Donors

As we make our way through the holiday season, we’re reminded to reflect on our life in the last year and express gratitude for what we have. Many families...
17 Nov
Myocarditis News

Research Grant awarded to Study Cardiac Outcomes in Athletes, Including Those Affected by COVID-19!

The Myocarditis Foundations is pleased to announce that the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMS) has awarded a research grant to study young...
10 Nov
COVID-19 - Education

The Importance of Social Distancing and Wearing a Mask When You Have Heart Disease

By now, you are probably familiar with pandemic safety guidelines. Maintain a six-foot distance from other people, wash your hands, wear a mask – the...
22 Oct
Awareness & Fundraising

Heart Palpitations

Having heart palpitations means that you are unusually aware of your heartbeat. They can cause feelings such as the heart skipping beats, pounding, or racing....
20 Oct
Myocarditis News

First Zoom Call With Families & Cardiologists Was A Success!

Saturday morning, October 17th, was the Myocarditis Foundation’s first Family Meeting Zoom Call. We had 35 participants in attendance representing 26...
5 Oct
Awareness & Fundraising - Education

Potential Causes of Pericarditis

One of the types of heart inflammation the Myocarditis Foundation researches is called pericarditis. Very often, the best way to treat pericarditis is to...
1 Oct
Awareness & Fundraising - Education

Understanding Myocarditis, Pericarditis, and Endocarditis

Myocarditis, pericarditis, and endocarditis might sound very similar, but even though all three are types of heart inflammation, they affect different...
25 Sep
Myocarditis News

You are invited to attend the Myocarditis Foundation / HFSA joint session on Myocarditis

Dr. Leslie Cooper will be participating in the HFSA’s Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting on Saturday October 3rd at 11:45 am – 1:15 pm and you are all...
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