Generous donations over the holidays helped make it possible for parents to shop for their hospitalized children. Mike Bush with KSDK shared stories from Snowflake Village.
The Today Show introduces us to Mildred Enyon, a 7-year-old heart patient who set up a nail salon to make money she could donate back to the hospital.
Dr. Caroline Lee, medical director of The Fetal Heart Center, writes in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the importance of early detection of congenital heart defects.
KSDK shows how Dr. Peter Manning uses 3D printing to help prepare him to perform heart surgery on pediatric patients.
In recognition of heart month in February, heart surgeon Dr. Peter Manning joins one of his tiny patients to discuss congenital heart disease with KTVI.
KTVI features Camp Rhythm, a camp started by St. Louis Children's Hospital for children with heart defects.
Dr. Jennifer Silva describes a mobile phone device to KTVI that tracks a child's heart rhythm and submits the reading to the child's cardiologist.
Dr. Jennifer Silva, cardiologist, shares advice with KTVI on whether student athletes should be tested for heart conditions.
Daniel Lyons received a heart transplant on Christmas Eve, and woke up on Christmas day to presents under the tree in his room. Channel 2 shares his story.
Little Caleb has spent the better part of his eight month life at St. Louis Children's Hospital. Now, after a life-saving heart transplant, he is ready to go home to Springfield, MO.
Governor Jay Nixon signs two child health bills at St. Louis Children's Hospital - a bill to screen newborns for congenital heart disease, and one to improve the reporting process for child abuse.
St. Louis Children's Hospital makes prestigious U.S. News Honor Roll, ranks #6 on list of Best Children's Hospitals.
St. Louis Magazine named three St. Louis Children's Hospital nurses Excellence in Nursing Award winners for 2013.
Episode 6 of The Frontline for Hope aired on KSDK on April 20.
KSDK aired the fourth episode of The Frontline for Hope on April 6.
Episode 3 of The Frontline for Hope aired March 30 on KSDK.
Music therapist Christy Merrell talks about the field of music therapy and its healing power with the Riverfront Times.
Cardiologist Dr. George Van Hare talks to the St. Louis Post Dispatch about legislation requiring hospitals to test newborns for heart defects.
Dr. George Van Hare, director of Cardiology, speaks with the St. Louis Business Journal about a new bill requiring heart screenings for newborns.
Dr. Charles Canter, medical director of our heart transplant program discusses caring for patients with hypoplastic left heart syndrome with the St. Joseph News-Press.
The Higher Education Channel highlights the story of Owen Stark, a St. Louis Children's Hospital patient who became the first in the world to use the Nova Lung artificial lung as a bridge to lung transplant.
KTVI helps us say Happy Birthday to a little guy who spent most of his first year living here in our Cardiac ICU.
KTVI/KPLR's Dan Gray feature a new song by Erin Bode that tells the story of a heart patient using that patient's heart beat.
February is heart month. Dr. George Van Hare shares some parenting advice on recognizing heart disease with the St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Dr. David Balzer explains the benefits of the Melody Valve to HEC-TV's Innovations program.
KSDK profiles the bond between heart patients woven together by one child's dream catcher art project.
Charlotte Smock Brooks’ compassion for children with heart problems motivates her.
Camp Rhythm is making a difference as Kevin Tibbles of NBC News reports.
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