In a recent survey, Kaiser Family Foundation found that many employers have ramped up mental health and other benefits to provide support for their workers during uncertain times.
After weeks of discussion, the Washington County Board of Commissioners voted to ban the flavored products.
Switching seniors to Medicare Advantage plans has cost taxpayers tens of billions of dollars more than keeping them in original Medicare.
They say disruptive behaviors range from goofing off in class to physical aggression.
The Oregon Health Authority wants to hire 359 new employees at Oregon State Hospital starting in March to combat its worrisome staffing shortage.
A Medford pharmacist’s former employer alleges he steered patients and prescriptions to his new pharmacy in a trade secrets lawsuit.
The symptoms of long COVID most often include fatigue, shortness of breath and brain fog, and treatments are symptom-focused, experts say.
Nearly two-thirds of those in the coverage gap live in one of three Republican-controlled states, and hospitals fear loss of funding.
Once they learned about the new law, patients seemed to rush to get on birth control, providers say.
Nurses and other health professionals at Kaiser Permanente in Oregon and Southwest Washington plan to strike, joining what could become a national work stoppage by nurses working for the health care giant.