Oregon has shown limited progress in reducing food insecurity over the last three years, according to a new report.
Oregonians enjoying the spring weather may not have realized, but they’re in the middle of a "war on melanoma." Skin care professionals are now being recruited in the fight.
Genetic tests are getting cheaper and more common. One family has used a procedure to rid its bloodline of the BRCA gene mutation and the associated cancer risk.
Oregon’s behavioral health director, Royce Bowlin, is retiring at the end of June. Some people say constant turnover at the position is short-changing the mentally ill.
Conditions for prisoners suffering from mental illness at the Multnomah County Detention Center have improved over the last year, according to a new report by Disability Rights Oregon.
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Whilst looking at the waste product of the meadowfoam plant, scientists at Oregon State University think they’ve found a potential new sunscreen.
After months of searching, OHSU has picked a new president. Dr. Danny Jacobs is dean of the school of medicine at the University of Texas.
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland is warning patients that one of their employees has tuberculosis.
A new report establishes a benchmark in public health work, so future standards in Oregon can be established.
Oregon Health and Science University has been awarded a five-year grant to look at the benefits of exercise for cancer patients who workout with a significant other.
The opioid epidemic is spreading a virus: hepatitis C. A new class of drugs can cure it. But the state of Oregon limits who can get them.