Mar 15, 2016
King McClure was told by doctors after being diagnosed with a heart condition last summer that he could never play basketball again.
Feb 9, 2016
A Minnesota high school runner almost died after collapsing during a run close to his school. On Tuesday, he was honored for making a remarkable recovery.
Feb 9, 2016
Five months ago, a Minnesota teen’s heart stopped for 20 minutes and he stopped breathing after he suffered a full cardiac arrest during cross-country practice. Now, the 16-year-old— who was honored Tuesday by the American Heart Association and his high school for his incredible recovery— is ready to get back on the track.
Feb 2, 2016
Five years ago, 15-year-old Brandon Zapata died from sudden cardiac arrest in an El Camino High School physical education class. A seemingly healthy student, he collapsed at the starting line during routine wind sprints.
Nov 9, 2015
Courtesy of WLWT News 5 - Investigative reporter Todd Dykes discovered, a teenager having fun on a sports field could end up in a hospital emergency room without warning because of a condition called sudden cardiac arrest.
Aug 10, 2015
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – When a seemingly healthy young athlete suddenly drops dead while playing sports, it’s tragic and hard to accept.
Jan 13, 2010
This video features a child-friendly demonstration of an electrocardiogram, (ECG/EKG) screening. This video is a great introduction to someone who has never taken this test, or wants to learn more about electrocardiogram-based heart screenings.
Oct 16, 2009
It comes after the death of a De La Salle High School student who dropped suddenly on the basketball court. One effort is being led the by the father of another teenage athlete, who died last year in Los Gatos.
Aug 26, 2008
Doctor Barry Ramo reveals how certain test can save lives.
Jul 24, 2008
Student-athlete commercials from 2008 NCAA National Student-Athlete Development Conference in Orlando, Florida
Feb 28, 2008
View a roundtable discussion on how Sudden Cardiac Arrest affects children and young athletes. Features a young woman living with Long-QT Syndrome, a mother who has lost a child due to Sudden Cardiac Arrest, a pediatric cardiologist, a coach and athletic director, and State Representative discussing their experiences and viewpoints.