About 50 people have been sickened in Oregon among more than 200 cases nationwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
COVID-19 has disproportionately affected Blacks, Latinos, Asian Americans and those over 65, who, traditionally, have been less likely to be included in clinical trials.
From Portland to Minneapolis to Miami, police officers have seriously injured civilian demonstrators with munitions designed to stop but not kill.
As deaths set a new record, state health officials warn of case spikes and testing backlogs, urging residents to reduce indoor gatherings.
Dr. Michael F. Chiang, associate director of Oregon Health & Science University’s Casey Eye Institute, has been named the new director of the National Eye Institute, also known as NEI and part of the National Institutes of Health.
Recent recessions have left indelible fragility, and now the COVID-19 emergency and looming budget impacts are siphoning more funding from behavioral health.
A group that advocates for limited governmental powers has filed a lawsuit challenging Gov. Kate Brown’s authority to require Oregonians to wear face coverings in public.
Sidelined for nearly five months by the coronavirus pandemic, a state panel has begun to study how to establish “universal health care” in Oregon.
Test shortages, delays in processing and demand from other states are undermining Oregon's efforts to stem the virus.
Some researchers and physicians hope the century-old technology can be recruited yet again to help disinfect high-risk indoor settings.