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More than 100 million people in America are beset by a health care system that is systematically pushing patients into debt on a mass scale.

Jun 21 2022

Portland’s homeless problem now extends well beyond the downtown core, creating a crisis of conscience for this fiercely liberal city.

Jun 21 2022

Federal health advisors last week authorized COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as six months old, the last age group to gain access to the vaccine. 

Jun 21 2022

The first suspected case of monkeypox has emerged in Oregon.

Jun 19 2022

Shots could begin next week if the FDA authorizes the vaccines and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends them as well.

Jun 16 2022

Rimrock Trails in Prineville, which was forced to close for eight months, reopened in mid-April with a new staff and approach.

Jun 16 2022
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A New York private equity firm wants state approval to buy two Oregon hospice facilities as part of $2.8 billion national health care transaction.

Jun 16 2022

Case counts remain steady in Oregon, but symptoms are typically not as severe as they were earlier in the pandemic. 

Jun 16 2022

Case counts remain steady in Oregon, but symptoms are typically not as severe as they were earlier in the pandemic. 

Jun 16 2022
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More than two years after Portland’s only sobering center closed, plans are gaining momentum for a place where people under the influence of meth can sober safely.

Jun 15 2022

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