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State officials declined to specify whether the case involved an infant, child, or adolescent, saying only that the person was below the age of 18.
Celia’s House in Medford received a grant to conduct to identify ways to better engage Latinx cancer patients with palliative and end-of-life care.
St. Charles Health System leaders adopted “crisis standards of care” to avoid having to comply with nurse staffing rules, but rescinded the move after OHA said it would violate state law
Tuesday is expected to bring the hottest temperatures during this heat wave, when several places in the Willamette Valley could hit triple-digit temperatures.
Board chairman said burnout among hospital executives is increasingly common.
As the climate warms, officials say the Pacific Northwest will be an attractive habitat for more mosquitoes, bringing a risk of West Nile Virus.
How two smaller Oregon companies, with fewer resources, plan to navigate a nationwide patchwork of abortion bans and restrictions.
Multnomah County officials also release final report on 2021′s heat-related deaths.
A rise in home testing and decrease in disease severity have masked a large increase in COVID-19 infections in Oregon, but the state’s poop doesn’t lie.