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THE BREAKTHROUGH

Will One Doctor’s Radical New Vaccine End the AIDS Epidemic?

Portland researcher Louis Picker could be on the brink of a cure, and this year will be crucial to his quest.

  • By Jennifer Abbasi
  • Published 12/21/2015

REPORT

Are Lab-Grown Teeth the Key to Dentistry's Future?

With skull scans and DNA checkups, OHSU's dentistry school is making us say "awe."

  • By Ramona DeNies
  • Published 07/20/2015

ARCHITECTURE

Step Inside Tree House, the New Woodsy-Modernist Microapartments by OHSU

Lever Architecture's octagonal wedge looks out into the forest but serves an urban agenda.

  • By Zach Dundas
  • Published 06/23/2015

REPORT

The South Waterfront's New Research Epicenter

A bold new research hub unites three ambitious universities and a rising neighborhood.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 09/02/2014

SCIENCE

How Portlanders Are Forging the Frontier of Epigenetics

A team of local researchers is pioneering a radical new way to think about evolution and health.

  • By Caitlin Baggott
  • Published 07/16/2014

HEALTH

Shifting Gears

A recession-era career switch takes a Portlander from showroom to emergency room.

  • By Chris Lydgate
  • Published 07/14/2014

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Welcome to the Kids Health Annual 2013

We are dedicated to bringing you the latest discoveries, treatments, and therapies to help your family stay healthy.

  • Published 05/09/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

What You Should Do if Your Kid Gets a Concussion

Concussions are different for kids. If your child gets one, here’s what to do.

  • By Genevieve J. Long, PhD 
  • Published 05/02/2013

Article

Kids Health Annual 2013

Presented by SagaCity Media and OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital

  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Healthy Teeth, Healthy Tot

Don’t wait to start lifelong habits.

  • By Camille Grigsby-Rocca
  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Technology & Children's Health

Raising kids in today’s rapidly changing mediascape, parents face questions of too much, too soon—and the challenge of setting a good example

  • By Camille Grigsby-Rocca
  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Myths and Misconceptions About Life-Saving Vaccines

When it comes to life-saving vaccines, doctors say to rely on rigorous research, not the rumor mill.

  • By Genevieve J. Long, PhD 
  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Doctors Are Parents, Too

A new blog offers the latest expert medical advice, plus a peek behind the scenes.

  • By Genevieve J. Long, PhD 
  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

The Sick Day Dilemma

Keeping a child home—and taking a day off work—can be a tough call.

  • By Eleanor R. Brown
  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Health & Nutrition for Young Athletes

Athletes’ strengths lie in smart choices, not pills and energy drinks.

  • By Camille Grigsby-Rocca
  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Kids & Vitamins: Playing It Safe

Some supplements make sense at certain times, but parents should use caution.

  • By Camille Grigsby-Rocca
  • Published 05/02/2013

KIDS HEALTH ANNUAL

Combat Childhood Obesity One Meal at a Time

You don’t need a reality show to combat childhood obesity.

  • By Genevieve J. Long, PhD 
  • Published 05/02/2013

EDITOR'S NOTE

OHSU's Commuter Science

OHSU creates connections between its doctors, campuses, and the city

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 11/21/2012

FEATURE

OHSU's War on Cancer

How OHSU will use big money, brand new labs, and all-star researchers to launch bold new cancer treatments.

  • By Jennifer Abbasi
  • Published 11/17/2012

WEB EXCLUSIVE

OHSU: 125 Years of Connection

A short history of the past and future of Oregon Health and Sciences University.

  • By Stephen Person and Randy Gragg
  • Published 11/16/2012
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