FamilyCare, one of Oregon's largest coordinated care organizations, has told its 300 employees that most will be out of a job by January.
Eighty people who were homeless in Multnomah County died in 2016, according to a report released Thursday.
People who experience trauma and end up in foster care are more likely to suffer from chronic health conditions later in life, according to a new study.
A second jurisdiction has announced it’ll no longer send children to a juvenile detention facility in The Dalles.
Wasco County won’t be sending any more children to a juvenile detention facility in The Dalles — at least for now. The decision comes after a report found “psychologically harmful conditions."
Kids held at the NORCOR juvenile detention center in The Dalles endure psychologically harmful conditions — according to a new report from Disability Rights Oregon.
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Climate change isn’t just contributing to drought, superstorms, sea level rise and flooding. It’s also making it harder for many people to breathe — people like 13-year-old Estefany Velasquez.
The Oregon agency charged with managing health care for the state’s most vulnerable citizens likely misspent millions of taxpayer dollars as state audit released Wednesday found.
Many immigrant communities hold fast to home remedies. It's not usually a problem, but now and then bad drug interactions can occur.
Oregon’s public health officer says buyers need to beware of an herbal supplement called kratom.