May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month
Officials with Covenant Hospital said they saw 700 stroke patients last year. And with each of those patients, time is of the essence.
Occupational therapy helps patients function in their day-to-day lives. KAMC News spoke to a man, severely injured in a car accident, who says O.T. is life-changing.
The American Heart Association says one in three women die of a heart attack or stroke and many ignore the warning signs.
On average in Lubbock County, four children become victims of abuse or neglect everyday, that's according to the South Plains Coalition for Child Abuse Prevention.
Colon cancer is on the decline, thanks in part to colonoscopies and more awareness of the disease.
A collaboration between Covenant Children's Hospital and Texas Children's Hospital helps ensure children of Lubbock and West Texas now have access to world-class pediatric cardiovascular surgery care.
Looking to make your shopping cart healthier? Dietitians at Market Street Supermarkets can help you and your family, to help you build a better basket.
Daylight saving time has returned. We sprung ahead Sunday morning, setting our clocks forward.
What if your child was living with one of the rarest diseases in the world? KAMC News spoke with a local Lubbock family who has been personally impacted by a rare disease.
Lubbock Cooper High School held a pep rally and knock-out basketball game to educate their classmates about the importance of living a heart healthy life.
Drinking more than two alcoholic beverages daily in middle-age may raise stroke risk more than traditional factors, according to research in the American Heart Association journal "Stroke."
Researchers have found sitting all day at work is bad for your health.
A recent study, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that a majority of heart attacks in young women could be prevented.
There is a new study from Harvard concerning the potential benefits of Yoga. Is it really all that good?
Believe it or not, there is a time to not go out and be physically active for better health.
In treating deadly conditions such as diabetes or the risk for heart attack, does the glycemic index make a difference? In other words can foods that raise blood sugar levels less than others improve risk factors for heart disease and diabetes?
Dr. Michael Roizen with the Cleveland Clinic has advice, especially during the holidays, for healthy habits that allow people to longer and healthier.
Ainsley Pircher, 4, will need a series of surgeries between now and the age of 18 because she sufferes Pfeiffer Syndrome. The condition caused the bones in Ainsley's skull to fuse prematurely.