FAST is a way to remember the signs of stroke and get help fast.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Texas. The American Heart Association says following the "Simple 7" can lower your risk of heart attack
As you know, flu season is approaching. And with infectious diseases like Enterovirus and Ebola making headlines, doctors are expecting more traffic in emergency rooms from concerned patients.
A local cardiologist discusses the signs of heart disease.
A new device revolutionizing how doctors can treat heart disease and it's a Texas hospital that's leading the charge. Plus lots of events on the South Plains working to keep your family healthier. All of that in the Heartbeat for September 28th, 2014.
A rare condition may have taken away this Houston boy's eyesight but not his hope. Find out about his story in the heartbeat for September 21, 2014.
A little 7 year old girl diagnosed with ovarian cancer. A glimspe into the incredibly rare battle she's fighting in the Heartbeat for September 9, 2014.
Find out how one mother-daughter duo managed to save a man's life from 30,000 feet in the air in the Heartbeat for August 31, 2014.
How a Texas doctor miraculously beat a horrible disease. His story in the Heartbeat for August 24, 2014.
An experimental vaccine to prevent the mosquito-spread virus Chikungunya is showing promise.
Mike Williams depends on a device called a life vest and he'll tell you that it has saved his life.
In 2003, a boat accident left Melinda Spurgeon with little to no use of her left arm. Years later she was pregnant.
A group of doctors and nurses from Covenant Health System spent 10 days in June caring for people in the Philippines who would otherwise not get basic medical care.
James Powell worked as the children's chaplain at Covenant for 17 years.
The first sign of cancer for Matt Crow was a cough and a raspy voice.
Muscle cramps are a pain, so the best way to deal with them is to avoid them in the first place.
Covenant Dietitian Allison Jones shows us you don't have to break the bank to eat healthy.
What is the right way to handle most injuries from fireworks?
A few weeks before surgery James Braxton, 95, could not play the saxophone.After surgery he got his second wind.
Covenant Health System says Henry Wise and other patients benefit from a new multi-million-dollar operating room that allows for highly specialized heart surgery.