The latest member of Congress from Oregon to fall ill attributes his mild symptoms to being vaccinated and boosted.
A movement of parents-turned-activists are challenging the doctrine that drugs should be treated as a health problem.
Research shows doctors are less likely to respect overweight patients. The Association of American Medical Colleges wants to change that.
As some states move to criminalize abortion, data in these popular apps could be used to prosecute people who terminate their pregnancies.
Nurses will vote between May 23 and June 2 on possible strikes at Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center and Providence Milwaukie Hospital.
The Oregon Health Plan will cover a specialized treatment for children who have PANDAS/PANS, a neuropsychiatric condition.
Oregon’s Measure 110 dollars will expand use of a proven but rarely used treatment for meth addiction and other drugs.
States have recently begun trying to help medical providers stop acting on such unconsciously held beliefs, known as implicit bias.
Planned Parenthood will not confirm it is opening a clinic in eastern Oregon, but local politicians addressed community demands to stop it.
Many companies in the health tech sector have shockingly leaky privacy practices.