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"Heart to Heart with Anna" is the longest-running podcast devoted to the congenital heart defect (CHD) community. Our shows feature Survivors, family members, medical professionals and others in the CHD community who wish to share their stories, expertise, and advice. This show is devoted to empowering, educating and enriching the lives of members of the CHD community.
 
Welcome to the Citizens of Life Podcast. I am your host, Anya Hildreth. I am a thriving, single, bi racial Mom, who grew up as a third culture kid, who balances being an engineer, raising two kids, an Integrative Wellness Life Coach and Podcast Host. I also live with Type 1 Diabetes and Hashimoto’s disease. My passion is helping stressed out, overworked single Mom’s navigate and balance their personal and professional lives, a process of empowerment I call becoming a Citizen of Life. Each we ...
 
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Wild Women

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Wild Women

Open Heart Surgery Theatre

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A spirited audio-fiction series focusing on the stories of subversive and obscure female artists from around the world and their art. Performed by Coleen MacPherson and Martha Ross, with special guest artists in each episode. The first episode focuses on Mexican-English painter, Leonora Carrington. Sound Design / Editing by Christopher Ross-Ewart. Music Score by Mitchell Akiyama. This podcast was made possible by Canada Council for the Arts / CBC Digital Originals Grant 2020.
 
The Get Inspired With Jeremy Podcast Show is for The Dreamer, The Believer and those who wish to Inspire others and be Inspired. My name is Jeremy Woodward. I’m a heart failure survivor, athlete, coach author, husband and dad to three beautiful girls! This journey started with a single lap around the ICU after my second open-heart surgery after being in the worst stage of heart failure. Since that lap around the ICU it has lead me on this incredible journey that has included the Ironman Tria ...
 
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Walking In Faith

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Walking In Faith

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My open-heart surgery had failed and the doctor’s told me that nothing more could be done. At age 45, I was diagnosed with terminal heart disease and sent home from the hospital to die. After 25 years of denominational Bible study, I still didn’t know anything that would change my situation. But, God showed me that I had a choice. “I set before you, this day, life and death.” “Choose life!” And that is what I did. I chose life by learning and applying what God’s Word said about my situation. ...
 
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Beyond the Lab

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Beyond the Lab

Baylor Scott & White Health

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In this podcast series, Rupa Patel from the Baylor Scott & White Research Institute explores and challenges some of the common perceptions around medical research. Research is not something that happens only in a sterile lab or under a microscope – research is personal, engaging and is happening all around us. Join us as we discover the people and projects that go beyond the lab.
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military Entertainment Network In 2006, Dav ...
 
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Sharon Matthews Fortune is a proud graduate of Virginia State University, where she obtained both her undergraduate and graduate degrees. Besides graduating with honors, Sharon shares that her most cherished accomplishments include being initiated into the illustrious Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. during the Spring of 1987, and later being crown…
 
Paul Cardall was born in 1973 with only half a heart. He had his first open-heart surgery a few hours after birth and two more surgeries at age 13 and 14. As a child, he took piano lessons but wasn’t keen on practice. As a teenager, he started composing and became obsessed. He was hired to play at weddings, in restaurants, and in department stores.…
 
What was it like to grow up with tetralogy of Fallot in the 1980s? How can having a heart defect influence your career choice as an adult? What psychological challenges do Heart Warriors face? Joy Ogawa was born in Hawaii with tetralogy of Fallot in 1979 and had an open-heart surgery at 22 months of age. She considers herself lucky to have only exp…
 
Spiritual Business Coach, Natalie Calzadilla, is the host of Pachanga and Possibility, a podcast about alternative healing and mysticism. Natalie helps spiritual entrepreneurs who struggle with business operations and technology so they can bring their gifts into the world. She provides coaching, courses, healing, and business services through her …
 
Olga was born and raised in Soviet Russia. About 6 years ago she reached a midlife crisis where she developed unbearable back pain and was told to have a fusion surgery. Despite that she was able to heal her back without any drugs or surgery. That led her to enroll in a naturopathy program from which she recently graduated. She is also certified as…
 
Isabel Bolivar is a natural-born Shaman and traditional energetic healer from Colombia, South America. Using ancestral healing practices that have been passed down through her lineage for thousands of years, Isabel’s focus is on providing solutions to a wide variety of emotional and physical concerns. Through her energetic work, she provides what m…
 
As a certified Transformational Wellness Coach with a background in holistic nutrition, intuitive energy work, and conscious creation, Sally loves guiding people towards living in integrity with their authentic selves. Her powerful, personal experience utilizing all of these modalities in her own life, has allowed her and her family to thrive. She …
 
Why might a Heart Mom choose to volunteer with an advocacy organization? What can an advocacy organization do to help others learn about congenital heart defects? What are the future plans for Conquering CHD and how can people get involved? Liz Schurrer is mom to eight-year-old Eli, who was prenatally diagnosed with truncus arteriosus. Her family’s…
 
Why would an artist choose a career working in the operating room of a pediatric hospital? What joy is to be had of drawing broken hearts and the operations surgeons use to save these critically ill babies’ lives? In what other ways does artist Susan Russell Hall find joy in art? Susan Russell Hall is a Northwest artist and medical illustrator who …
 
What can a healthcare advocate learn by becoming a patient facing a life-and-death situation? Why might a patient advocate write a book about his life-changing heart event? How does someone who has worked in the field of healthcare for 37 years see the field of healthcare changing to better suit the needs of patients? Thomas Dahlborg is from Brockt…
 
What is congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries or ccTGA? Historically, people born with ccTGA tended to do fairly well. Why is it today doctors are choosing to operate on the hearts of babies born with ccTGA? What does Dr. Edward Bove think about the future of babies born with ccTGA? Erin Beckemeier is mom to Conway, born in 200…
 
What happens when a Fontan patient needs a tune-up? What kinds of procedures might a Fontan patient need after living with a Fontan heart? What can we learn from an experienced Fontanner who might be facing multiple medical procedures? Leslie Castro is a 48-year-old former single ventricle patient from Pennsylvania. She was born with tricuspid atre…
 
What happens when one daughter, in a set of twins, is diagnosed with a congenital heart defect and the other twin is heart-healthy? How can a family handle having one child in the hospital, separated from her twin? What should families tell their children about their medical history? What is the value of sharing family stories? Lisa and Michael Oli…
 
How can a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother -- determine how to help families like her own? Why would a woman make it her mission to help others with an invisible illness? What can we learn from such a woman? Jackie Renfrow thought her family had a history of epilepsy. After losing her son Jimmy in 2000 and her daughter Crissy in 2002, she…
 
Heart Warrior Lisa Dang Colvil returns to "Heart to Heart with Anna" but this time she is joined by her mother and her daughter. Lisa was born with a complicated congenital heart defect and Anna talks to her mother, Kim, about her experience fleeing war-torn Vietnam, having a daughter in a country where she barely knew the language, and what it was…
 
Mike Edenburn was born in 1943 with Tetralogy of Fallot (ToF). Mike was the 44th patient to receive the Blalock Taussig shunt. On October 2, 1945, Dr. Alfred Blalock, Vivian Thomas, and Dr. Denton Cooley performed heart surgery on Mike. After the surgery, Mike turned from blue to pink and was able to breathe freely for the first time in his life. M…
 
Is it possible to meet one’s surgeon over 4 decades after open-heart surgery when you don’t even know if your surgeon was a man or a woman and you only know the last name? Who can help you when the hospital tells you that they don’t have your records anymore? What joy is to be had from connecting with someone who saved your life when you were a lit…
 
Why would a Heart Warrior choose to become a Nurse Practitioner? What does the liver and liver health mean to a Fontan Heart Warrior? What does the future hold for people with single ventricle hearts and compromised livers? Mary is a 29-year-old female with hypoplastic right heart syndrome, atrial septal defect, transposition of the great vessels, …
 
What can encourage a Heart Warrior to start learning more about her heart condition? What kind of books has Margaret Ellis Raymond written and what’s the hold-up with the 4th and 5th books? Why would a Heart Warrior start a YouTube channel and what can we expect to see on that channel? Margaret Ellis Raymond is an author, editor, and YouTuber from …
 
Leslie Castro is a 47-year-old former single ventricle patient from Pennsylvania. She was born with tricuspid atresia, pulmonary stenosis, and multiple other heart defects, and had the Classic Fontan at the age of 12 in 1985. Just over a year ago, she received a heart transplant. Her donor was a 29-year-old woman who was a Hepatitis C positive intr…
 
Who is Eric Ankerud? Why would someone want to start a nonprofit organization to help the congenital heart defect community? What services does Heartfelt Dreams Foundation provide? Eric Ankerud's wife, Lori, was born in 1958 with a serious heart defect called 'tetralogy of Fallot.' Lori was known as a "blue baby," and she had a ventricular septal d…
 
What is it like to be born in Vietnam in the 1970s with a heart defect? What efforts would a mother make to ensure her daughter has a chance for life? How does understanding one’s family history impact one’s future? Amy M. Le shares an amazing story with Anna about her mother's life-changing decision to flee war-torn Vietnam to save her daughter's …
 
It's official! We are celebrating 300 episodes of "Heart to Heart with Anna"! To help us with this celebration, Alexander Jaworski, Anna's son who was born with a critical congenital heart defect, is the Guest Host and Anna is in the hot seat answering questions about the podcast which you may not be aware of. How did the longest-running podcast de…
 
What lessons can we learn from our adult Heart Warriors? Why might a Heart Mom write a book about her life experiences dealing with CHD? How does a Heart Mom take her personal experiences to fight for others in the hospital? Jenny Muscatell is a licensed social worker, blogger, author, photographer, and podcaster. She earned her Bachelor’s in Menta…
 
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