As the holiday season quickly approaches we all know things can get a little hectic and even stressful. But how you handle stress could affect your children. KLBK'S Brittany Escobar reports in the Covenant Children's Report.
KLBK's Rachel Briers introduces us to Covenant's Kids' Cafe.
Kids spend all year looking forward to dressing-up and getting that candy on Halloween. Parents can get ready for Halloween night, too with a few safety tips from Covenant doctors.
From picking out the safest costumes to inspecting your kid's candy, Covenant experts give you some helpful Halloween tips.
We talk to Lindsey Kennelly who is the manager over at Arrington Breast Center about the importance of compressing the breast during a mammogram.
Because bullying and suicide go hand in hand, the South Plains Suicide Prevention Coalition and Covenant Children's Hospital are partnering together for the first time for this year's Bullying and Suicide Prevention Summit.
Covenant Hosts the "Great Expectations Baby Expo"
For kids in the hospital during any type of holiday can be hard. But thanks to the help of community partners like Spirit Halloween the child life department helps provide fun and distraction for kids... and between the two groups they will do anything for the kids.
Doctors at Covenant are gearing up for flu season. Here is the U.S. we tend to see the epidemic between October and May. As October quickly approaches KLBK'S Brittany Escobar talked with a Covenant pediatrician about prevention and new options.
An estimated 35 million kids play organized sports each year and a good portion of those kids will get some type of sports-related injury. Rachel Behnke visited Michael Gore, an athletic trainer for Covenant sports medicine, to find out information on sports injuries and how Covenant can help.