Another patient has died at Portland’s only psychiatric hospital for patients in a mental health crisis.
Oregon gets mixed results when it comes to implementing policies and passing legislation to prevent and reduce cancer, according to a new report released today by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN). The annual “How Do You Measure Up?
Nearly a year ago, an email landed in Craig Pope’s inbox that would quietly destabilize the order that oversaw health care for about 100,000 people in the mid-Willamette Valley.
Last year, Dr. Ronny Jackson, then the White House physician, gave Donald Trump a standard test to detect early signs of dementia — and said the president had scored a perfect 30.
Now that it’s upending the way you play music, cook, shop, hear the news and check the weather, the friendly voice emanating from your Amazon Alexa-enabled smart speaker is poised to wriggle its way into all things health care.
Advocates battling PeaceHealth’s looming closure of its standalone Nurse Midwifery Birth Center in Springfield are not giving up.
The Oregon Clinic is now recognized by the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) as one of only sixty-eight medical centers nationwide designated with expertise in accurately diagnosing and treating people with pulmonary fibrosis.
When Washington returned from its winter holiday break in January, it seemed everyone was talking about lowering drug prices.
Health workers holding picket signs rallied in Vancouver, Washington, Tuesday evening as contract negotiations between nonprofit health care provider Kaiser Permanente and a coalition of unions remained stalled.
Lynne Terry, editor of The Lund Report, was recently on OPB’s Think Out Loud to discuss a big problem in Oregon that's been hidden—meth use.