The Trump administration is giving $16 million to Oregon to fight the opioid epidemic as part of $1 billion distributed nationwide.
The heart transplant team at Oregon Health & Science University has lost another professional.
Two years after a toxic air scare, the state announced on Thursday that Uroboros Glass in North Portland does not pose a health risk.
When it comes to health care, gubernatorial candidate Knute Buehler is not your average Republican lawmaker.
The federal government has given Outside In $2.5 million to step up its mental health services for homeless youth.
An anti-malarial drug developed in Portland has entered a clinical trial, the pivotal step before federal approval.
The family of a baby with a congenital heart defect who died after treatment is suing Oregon Health & Science University for negligence.
The complaint, filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court, seeks $8 million in damages.
Shirley Avedon, 90, had never been a cannabis user. But carpal tunnel syndrome that sends shooting pains into both of her hands and an aversion to conventional steroid and surgical treatments is prompting her to consider some new options.
Starting next year, Medicare Advantage plans will be able to add restrictions on expensive, injectable drugs administered by doctors to treat cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, macular degeneration and other serious diseases.
Americans are fatter than ever.
Obesity rates for 2017 released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that all but two states have obesity rates between 25 percent and 29 percent. That includes Oregon and Washington.