Levelland PD captain shaves head for Alzheimer's research

Saturday, November 2nd 2019, 1:04 PM CDT by Rachael Reagan

Covenant caregivers ensure 'No One Dies Alone'

Thursday, October 31st 2019, 11:49 AM CDT by Meredith Aldis

Lubbock High students learn CPR

Wednesday, October 9th 2019, 9:56 PM CDT by Andrew Wood

American Cancer Society to host 'Tee'd Off at Cancer'

Thursday, September 19th 2019, 10:38 PM CDT by Rachael Reagan

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
Upscale your diet: weighing your food

Upscale your diet: weighing your food

Eyeballing your meals can leave a lot of room for error. Using a food scale can seem a bit obsessive at first, but those little grams and ounces could be what’s standing in the way of progress.

Training when you're sick: bear it or bow out?

Training when you're sick: bear it or bow out?

Cold and flu symptoms as well as intense allergies can leave you feeling exhausted. But for those us that have just started up a new workout routine, taking time off to heal can feel like you’re falling off track.

Hitting a wall: why you're not losing weight

Hitting a wall: why you're not losing weight

You’ve changed up your diet and started going to the gym a few times a week. You’re making better choices, but you’re still not losing weight. It feels like your body is working against you, but turns out, you may be working against your body. 

Tracking macros: a full day of eating

Tracking macros: a full day of eating

I track my food on My Fitness Pal. You set up your preferences based on your goals and it gives you a road map to accomplish them. I hope this quick look at my daily macros shows you that you can organize what you eat based on what makes you happy.

Cellulite: a healthy flaw

Cellulite: a healthy flaw

There are many endearing dimples and imperfections that make our bodies unique to us, but cellulite isn’t one we typically appreciate.

Organic eating: is it worth the cost?

Organic eating: is it worth the cost?

A trip to the grocery store can mean two totally different price tags, depending on how you shop. No matter where you go, you’re usually given two options: traditionally grown or organic.

Blood pressure: get fit & get checked

Blood pressure: get fit & get checked

Over 100 million Americans suffer from high blood pressure and it continues to be a leading cause of death across the nation. Exercise and diet changes can do so much for your heart and even extend your life.

Be your own catalyst: my 18-month body comp scans

Be your own catalyst: my 18-month body comp scans

After 18 months of dedicated diet and exercise changes, I decided to get a closer look at my body composition. I signed up for a Bod Pod scan and a MedGem test.

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.

Cold weather and your health

Cold weather and your health

Colder weather may mean you might be at risk for getting sick, but not for the reasons you think. Chill temperatures influence several factors that spread and cause illness.

Levelland PD captain shaves head for Alzheimer's research

Levelland PD captain shaves head for Alzheimer's research

Levelland's Alzheimer's Awareness Team, the Forget Met Nots, did their part in the search for a cure.

Covenant caregivers ensure 'No One Dies Alone'

Covenant caregivers ensure 'No One Dies Alone'

No one is born alone and in the best of circumstances, no one dies alone. 

Lubbock High students learn CPR

Lubbock High students learn CPR

Student council members at Lubbock High took time to possibly learn the most important lesson of their life.

Boil notice for Dickens

Boil notice for Dickens

Dickens residents: boil your water before use

American Cancer Society to host 'Tee'd Off at Cancer'

American Cancer Society to host 'Tee'd Off at Cancer'

Women are invited to play in this inaugural golf tournament, to help raise money to fight cancer.

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.

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.