OPB | Aug. 19, 2017
Dr. Esther Choo remembers the first time she dealt with a critically ill patient who rejected care from a physician of color.
OPB | Aug. 16, 2017
Eclipse campers might be tempted to find an alternative source for drinking water in lakes or rivers. But the Oregon Health Authority says that's not a good idea.
OPB | Aug. 11, 2017
The incoming class of aspiring new OHSU doctors held a ‘white coat’ ceremony in Portland Friday and it’s a diverse group.
Oregon's capital city and the surrounding countryside are expected to be among the top destinations for eclipse watchers in Oregon. The expected influx of visitors has led local officials to beef up their emergency services for the event.
Several families traveled to Oregon Thursday to testify before the state’s new Health Evidence Review Commission.
There aren’t many surgeries scheduled the day of the eclipse in Central Oregon, which sits right in the eclipse’s path of totality.
Multnomah County is appealing a Trump Administration cut to teen health grants.
GOP gubernatorial hopeful Knute Buehler called for a special session on health provider taxes, an idea quickly rejected by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown.
Multnomah County is suing nearly two dozen pharmaceutical drug makers after declaring the wrongful distribution of opioids a public nuisance last week.
A team of researchers at Oregon Health & Science University has officially become the first in the United States to use a gene-editing tool to target a disease-causing mutation.
Oregonians are reacting to news that the Affordable Care Act will live another day.