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Two manuscripts on PPCM accepted in peer reviewed medical journals by Jeanee Andrewartha

We received a lovely email from Lindsey Rosman, Ph.D. Research Fellow, Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine Department of Medicine Yale School of Medicine New Haven. The two resea...

East Carolina University PPCM Study by Jeanee Andrewartha

PPCM Study information: East Carolina University has partnered with leading medical institutions to study quality of lif...

2014 Myheartsisters.com update by Jeanee Andrewartha

PPCM It's been a huge year and a long time coming with an update. I hope everyone is doing well. The website is now ranked on page one for terms such as PPCM, Postpartum...

Tako-tsubo syndrome caused by caesarean clinically different to peripartum cardiomyopathy by Jeanee Andrewartha

Takotsubo cardiomyopathy is similar to Peripartum Cardiomyopathy but it is thought that the stress of a medical procedure such as spinal anesthesia, general anesthesia, and surg...

Grief and the death of a baby by Jeanee Andrewartha

A speech shared at Annual Remembrance Service Hope Bereavement, Geelong West Town Hall 2nd December 2013 Our son, Jasher died on the 1...

Magnesium Supplementation and PPCM by Jeanee Andrewartha

Magnesium is indisputably essential for the proper functioning of the heart, calming the nervous system and relaxing the body. It was first shown to be b...

146a microRNA and PPCM by Jeanee Andrewartha

In 2007, Denise Hilfiker-Kleiner, a German researcher, showed that a prolactin fragment known as 16K-PRL which is produced in the heart, attacks the blood vessels and the heart ...

Physical Complications in Pregnancy Study by Jeanee Andrewartha

The California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative and Stanford University is conducting a study on women's experiences with severe physical complications in pregnancy. Recruitm...

Vitamin D and Peripartum Cardiomyopathy by Jeanee Andrewartha

We all know that pregnancy uses up a woman's stores of minerals. The old saying, "a tooth for every baby" says how much a growing fetus can take from a mother. Iron stores, calc...

Pregnancy and Postpartum Cardiomyopathy by Jeanee Andrewartha

Most women who develop PPCM are...

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