Congenital heart defects are the most common type of birth defect in the United States, affecting nearly one in 100 births every year. Most heart defects are caught during pregnancy, but some are not. Know what symptoms to look for.
The heart is a big muscle, and like all muscles, it conducts electrical impulses that keep your blood circulating through your body. The entire circulatory system isn’t unlike the electrical system in a house—which most people don’t think about unless the system fails. But when it’s running well, your heart’s electrical system is an amazing … Read More