Typically, cardiac arrest in young athletes is caused by an underlying heart condition or, very rarely, a blow to the chest.
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is a condition that results when the nervous system doesn’t regulate blood flow properly.
It’s heart month and cardiologist Dr. Elizabeth Sherwin is here to answer your questions about returning to school during the pandemic and what that may look like for children with heart conditions.
This February 29, we will celebrate Rare Disease Day, with a mission of raising awareness about rare diseases and their treatment.
Dr. Elizabeth Sherwin answers a reader’s question about helping her teenaged sibling reduce their blood pressure.