Oregon Public Broadcasting
Researchers in Oregon and Washington are trying to fight chronic sleeplessness, which is associated with several serious potential health effects.
Is SARS-CoV-2 on a path to behaving more like other cold viruses?
The loans are contributing to the financial woes of Northwest health systems, which are reporting some of their biggest losses since the pandemic began.
A new 40-unit apartment building intended to help unsheltered people will offer medical treatment and nursing on its premises.
As the country is dealing with a widespread baby formula shortage, Oregon officials are working to prevent price gouging in the state.
Both states are known for liberal legal frameworks protecting the right to abortion, but advocates on both sides point out that laws can change.
With masks off, more people are starting to get COVID-19 again, but public health officials don’t expect a surge of deadly cases.
A new audit said that about half of the people in Multnomah County who need mental health medication reported that they did not get it in a timely fashion or at all.
Portlnd International Airport has decided not to enforce a federal mask mandate in the wake of a federal court ruling in Florida, though the Centers for Disease Control still recommends them during transit.