LaKeesha Dumas claims management at the health department blamed her for not ensuring its grant got approval from a council on which she sits.
Health officials say gas stoves release harmful chemicals that get trapped indoors — even when the stove is not in use.
More boosters are available in pharmacies than at pediatricians’ offices, but the priority is to get kids their first series of shots.
Every year more than 20,000 pregnancies in the U.S. result in a stillbirth, but not all of these tragedies were inevitable.
Hospitals are gaining flexibility to staff beds for children and allow them to draw on a pool of nurse and doctor volunteers.
Usually mild, RSV is a viral infection that can be dangerous for young children and older adults.
COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to grow by about 50, adding to the state's ongoing hospital capacity crisis.
The ‘Care and Connect’ Program provides essential care to communities at mobile clinics.
Most applications for government disability benefits are initially denied, leading to a lengthy appeals process.
Voters across Oregon mostly voted against allowing the therapeutic use of the psychedelic drug psilocybin on Tuesday.