When Kea Turner’s 74-year-old grandmother checked into Virginia’s Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital with advanced lung cancer, she landed in the oncology unit where every patient was monitored by a bed alarm.
A Portland center where intoxicated people can safely sober up for a few hours is facing significant changes — and maybe even closure.
International livable cities expert Gil Penalosa will help Oregon forge a future suitable for people from 8 to 80 at the AARP Age-Friendly Summit December 9 at the Asian Health Services Center, 9035 SE Foster Road, Portland.
Health providers are sending a message to tobacco companies gearing up to fight a proposed $2-per-pack hike on cigarette taxes in Oregon: Be prepared to spend big.
Rinsing chicken or turkey before cooking it is an ingrained step for many home cooks — passed down through generations and reinforced by cookbooks.
A longtime mental health therapist for Legacy Health has filed a lawsuit against his employer, accusing managers of retaliating against him for repeatedly complaining about patient and staff safety at the Unity Center for Behavioral Health in Portland.
In the Byzantine world of health care pricing, most people wouldn’t expect that the ubiquitous flu shot could be a prime example of how the system’s lack of transparency can lead to disparate costs.
Clark County is investigating another case of measles. An unvaccinated child returned from an international flight on Thursday, Nov. 14.
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley today called out the Trump administration’s promotion of junk health care plans on HealthCare.gov.