Clark County, Washington health officials confirmed Wednesday that they have diagnosed 14 cases of measles, and three suspected cases, so far this year.
The Oregon Health Authority had long made patients wait five years to get a second hearing aid, even if they needed them for both ears. That's changing.
For the first time in her tenure, Gov. Kate Brown has a full four-year term stretching ahead of her — and the State of the State address she gave Monday reflected an ambitious agenda from raising billions to stabilize the state’s public schools to curbing carbon emissions.
Nurses and hospital administrators at St. Charles Health System in Central Oregon hammered out a tentative new working agreement over the weekend.
A group of Oregon women are starting a program to encourage more people to donate a kidney. They’re particularly focused on organs from live donors.
Insurance enrollment at healthcare-dot-gov has dropped more than five percent in Oregon.
What would legalizing psilocybin look like? Supporters of a legalization measure in Oregon say it'll be nothing like recreational cannabis.
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The Yakima Valley used to be known for its cold, refreshing drinking water. But decades of intensive agricultural production have left residents — especially those working the farms — with a tainted water source.