Something amazing happened last week in Oregon: in coffee shops, at the gym, driving carpools, meeting friends -- just about everywhere people gather in Oregon, we have been talkin
Lawmakers considered two more bills this week designed to prevent the death of younger Oregonians -- a major problem in the state.
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Ten days before her 10th birthday, Sara Scofield was sitting in the kitchen of her Eugene home, waiting for breakfast, when her mother’s scream pierced through the house.
“Get help,” her mother cried, running into the kitchen.
Oregon lawmakers debated a bill on Thursday that would create a new position in the Oregon Health Authority dedicated to reducing adult suicides, a problem that plagues the state.
Kaiser Permanente's research center in Portland has landed a $1.4 million grant to study the role of opioids in suicide.
Jerry Gabay has spread the tragic story of his daughter’s suicide with legislators for several years, but now with the help of Rep.
November 15, 2012 -- Doctors have a far higher suicide completion rate than the general public. In fact, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention estimates that on average the United States loses as many as 400 physicians to suicide each year, that’s at least one a day and the equivalent of two to three entire medical school classes.