LUBBOCK, Texas -- As a teacher at Covenant School of Nursing, Jeanette Gurley has seen students come and go.
Tuesday is National Healthcare Decisions Day.
The sun is shining and people are starting to spend more time outdoors. But if you aren't careful, that time outdoors could quickly become an injury.
A 17-year-old isn't letting her congenital heart defect slow her down.
Two family nurse practitioners at Covenant Health Plainview decided to take a new career path later in life, proving that it's never too late to go for your dreams.
When a child is sick and at the hospital, doctors and nurses are there to make them better. But that's not all.
Colon cancer is a very deadly cancer. That's why doctors at Covenant Health are providing a free Colonoscopy screening to the community.
Doctors say e-cigarettes are highly addictive, increase your heart rate, and enhance the growth of cancer.
"Hospice of Lubbock is a Godsend," said Linda Greenstreet, who used the service for both her parents.
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