A first-of-its-kind clinic just opened on the north Oregon Coast to provide opioid addiction treatment in an area that’s been hard hit by opioid-related deaths.
About a year ago, cardiologists told Dennis Eggers the only option to repair his leaky tricuspid heart valve was open-heart surgery. Unfortunately, that surgery comes with serious risks that Eggers, who also had an unrelated lung tumor removed in May 2019, wasn’t comfortable taking.
Today, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette (PPCW) recognizes National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and continues our commitment to HIV prevention, testing, education and referrals to care for Black communities that too often face the largest HIV disparities.
Oregon lawmakers are looking for ways to keep insulin prices in check for patients who need the drug to stay alive.
Oregon lawmakers faced their first resistance on Thursday to a proposal that would ban flavored vaping products in response to thousands of vaping-related illnesses and dozens of across the country.
Oregon Health & Science University wants you to stop and enjoy the view.
Five Oregon counties may get a new family treatment court program to help parents overcome substance abuse and keep families together.
The family treatment court model, proposed in House Bill 4040, would put a full-time judge in each participating county in charge of the program.
House Speaker Tina Kotek wants an emergency declaration recognizing the state’s homelessness crisis, with the state spending $120 million on affordable housing and shelter needs.
Efforts to detect early cancers are proving successful at the Oregon Health & Science University's Knight Cancer Institute.
New research suggests they may sit in the body for as long as a decade before becoming life-threatening.
Parents must provide schools and child care facilities with kids’ vaccine records