Covenant Children's CEO Dr. Amy Thompson on the fundraiser

Tuesday, September 17th 2019, 7:06 AM CDT by Kristin Carol

Urban residents more likely to die from overdose

Saturday, August 10th 2019, 9:27 AM CDT by Rachael Reagan

Study: summer most popular time for teens to experiment with drugs

Wednesday, August 7th 2019, 10:05 PM CDT by Rachael Reagan

TTUHSC medical students receive first white coats

Saturday, August 3rd 2019, 9:49 AM CDT by Matt Ernst

March of Dimes to host 2019 March for Babies

Monday, April 22nd 2019, 10:02 PM CDT by Matt Ernst

Interview with Christina Martin, CCC-SLP, BCBA

Wednesday, April 10th 2019, 10:29 AM CDT by Kristin Carol

Texas Tech HSC unveils Pulse exhibit

Saturday, March 23rd 2019, 9:40 AM CDT by Matt Ernst

170 Tech Med students learn future at Match Day

Friday, March 15th 2019, 10:12 PM CDT by Matt Ernst

Covenant Health to offer free colonoscopy screenings March 23

Sunday, March 10th 2019, 9:40 PM CDT by Matt Ernst

Have a date night in the middle of the week

Wednesday, March 6th 2019, 10:48 AM CST by Kristin Carol

Kyle Phillips' story with Hospice of Lubbock

Wednesday, February 27th 2019, 9:59 AM CST by Kristin Carol

Zen in Ten Wellness Expo

Wednesday, February 20th 2019, 10:33 AM CST by Kristin Carol

Dr. Bonnor talks brushing tips with Drew

Friday, February 15th 2019, 11:01 AM CST by Kristin Carol

Meet first babies born in 2019 at UMC, Covenant

Tuesday, January 1st 2019, 9:36 PM CST by Matt Ernst

"Sensory Santa" greets autistic children

Thursday, December 6th 2018, 5:46 AM CST by Kristin Carol

Covenant releases app for moms

Thursday, November 29th 2018, 7:09 AM CST by Kristin Carol

Cocktails that Give Back

Wednesday, November 14th 2018, 10:07 AM CST by Kristin Carol

Medication Take-Back Saturday

Friday, October 12th 2018, 10:18 AM CDT by Kristin Carol

Opt-Out Fallout: Vaccine Exemptions Rising

Monday, September 24th 2018, 10:17 PM CDT by Anthony Hall
Training to failure: when to drop the weights

Training to failure: when to drop the weights

What creates more physical progress? Training within your limits or pushing yourself to complete muscle failure. 

Carbs & fats: why food is not the enemy

Carbs & fats: why food is not the enemy

One of the first things people tend to do when starting a new diet is cut carbs or fats. But manipulating your carb and fat intake instead of getting rid of it all together may be better for your health.

Girl talk: why hormones matter

Girl talk: why hormones matter

The female body is a complex balance of hormones that keep us not only physically healthy, but mentally as well. Exercise can help you lose weight and change your appearance, but it can also boost your body’s most important chemicals.

No pain, no gain: is it necessary to be sore?

No pain, no gain: is it necessary to be sore?

A few days of stiff legs and tender arms can seem like a small price to pay for long-term muscle gain. But is that period of pain post workout necessary to gain muscle?

Getting stronger: lifting for more than looks

Getting stronger: lifting for more than looks

If you are willing to push your comfort zone and test your limits in your workouts, you can teach your muscles to push heavier and heavier weight.

Fad diets: breaking down keto, paleo & more

Fad diets: breaking down keto, paleo & more

Despite all the fancy names and claims, every fad diet has a breakdown of calories and nutrients that lead to certain results. Before you commit to a new meal plan, take a look at some of these fad diet breakdowns.

Skinny & sick: a lesson in crash dieting

Skinny & sick: a lesson in crash dieting

What sounds like a quick solution can actually have serious long-term consequences that are difficult to undo. Getting skinny doesn’t always mean getting healthy.

Food focus: how to get your mind off mealtime

Food focus: how to get your mind off mealtime

When you’re on the path to weight loss, feeling extra hungry is part of the territory. You’re eating less than your body wants to induce fat loss and your mind is definitely taking notice.

Drinking & diet: how to balance the booze

Drinking & diet: how to balance the booze

After a week of strict dieting and workouts, a drink on the weekend can seem like a harmless way to let loose. But alcohol, like anything else we put in our bodies, carries its own calories and long term effects we should be aware of.

Pre & post workout nutrition: timing your meals

Pre & post workout nutrition: timing your meals

Growing new muscle doesn’t just happen in the gym. Actually, a majority of it happens during recovery time. Our muscles need the support of a balanced diet to rebuild, adapt and get stronger.

Eat to Defeat Childhood Cancer

Eat to Defeat Childhood Cancer

Covenant Children's is partnering with Walk-On's, Cantina Laredo and West Crust Pizza. Eat at any of the locations tonight from 5-8p, mention Covenant Children's and a percentage of your tab will go to the Fearless Fighter Fund.

Covenant Health creates online tool to help determine risk factors for heart disease

Covenant Health creates online tool to help determine risk factors for heart disease

Our goal is to prevent people from having a heart attack and you can't prevent it unless you know what your risk factors are.

Texas Tech football players visit patients at Covenant Children's

Texas Tech football players visit patients at Covenant Children's

Patients at Covenant Children's received a special visit from Texas Tech football players.

TTUHSC medical students receive first white coats

TTUHSC medical students receive first white coats

Hundreds of Texas Tech Health Sciences Center students received their first white coats on Friday afternoon, symbolizing the first step into the medical field.

19-month-old with congenital defect has life-changing surgery

19-month-old with congenital defect has life-changing surgery

One local boy was born with a congenital defect. After 19 months and numerous surgeries, his parents are hopeful their hospital stays are going to be less frequent. It's this editions Covenant Children's Stories of Strength.

Local boy with incurable disease is helping others

Local boy with incurable disease is helping others

Tra'shun Thomas was born with an incurable disease, and though he faces his own struggles... He's helping others in similar situations.

8-year-old with rare disease gives back to other patients

8-year-old with rare disease gives back to other patients

Living with an incurable disease isn't stopping Brynne Bigham from sharing with other Covenant Children's patients. 
 

Local boy recovers after life-threatening lung infection

Local boy recovers after life-threatening lung infection


The parents of August Riojas are thankful their son is breathing on his own. 

Training supports mental health, wellness of children with disabilities

Training supports mental health, wellness of children with disabilities

The New Ways of Thinking training promotes well-being and resilience for children with disabilities. 

CureSearch Walk raises funds for childhood cancer research

CureSearch Walk raises funds for childhood cancer research

Every day 42 children are diagnosed with cancer. Eight of them will lose their battle. An upcoming event is aiming to raise money for research. The Lubbock CureSearch Walk is September 19 at Buddy Holly Park.Click here to register.