Guest Opinions

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Research at Oregon State University shows that human cells have tremendous power to mechanically change their surroundings, opening the door to new insights on a variety of physiological processes including how cancer spreads.

Feb 20 2018

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Researchers are paving the way toward a new therapeutic approach for gonorrhea by shedding light on the mechanism behind important proteins on the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria’s outer membrane.

Feb 14 2018

A recent Centers for Disease Control report shows the number of drug overdose deaths in Oregon as of June, 2017 decreased to 480 from 521 the previous 12 months. The decrease in drug overdose deaths is also true across several other Western states including California, Washington, and Utah.

Feb 14 2018

A recent Centers for Disease Control report shows the number of drug overdose deaths in Oregon as of June, 2017 decreased to 480 from 521 the previous 12 months. The decrease in drug overdose deaths is also true across several other Western states including California, Washington, and Utah.

Feb 7 2018

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Researchers are paving the way toward a new therapeutic approach for gonorrhea by shedding light on the mechanism behind important proteins on the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria’s outer membrane.

Feb 7 2018

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Symptoms of alcoholism make it more difficult for some people to regularly take the prescription drug naltrexone, which could help treat their disease, a researcher at Oregon State University has found.

Feb 6 2018

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A group of compounds derived from hops can likely improve cognitive and other functions in people with metabolic syndrome, new research at Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University suggests.

Feb 5 2018

After months of negotiations and even an unnecessary government shutdown, I was proud to see the longest and most generous funding extension of the Children’s Health Insurance Program signed into law by President Trump earlier this week.

Feb 2 2018

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Warm-air blowers that keep patients at a safe temperature also interfere with operating room ventilation systems, potentially making it easier for microbial skin colonizers to cause infection at surgical sites.

Jan 31 2018

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