Health & Wellness
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Portland Monthly Staff
The days of 7 pm applause on the front porch may have ended, but health care workers need a pick-me-up now more than ever.
Unpacking why the state is behind the curve with its rollout of screening tests for K-12 students
Since 2019, the Recovery Gym in NW Portland has been redefining recovery.
Thanks to the fears caused by the delta variant, employer mandates, ease of access, and incentives, more people are getting the jab.
We looked at Oregon's data and spoke with Dawn Nolt, a professor of pediatrics at OHSU with a focus on infectious diseases, to get some answers.
All about masks, vaccine mandates, outdoor lunch, quarantine policy, and more.
Nineteen Portland performing arts organizations have banded together to require COVID vaccinations or negative tests for their audiences.
Bimma Williams, host of Claima Stories, talks about preparing for the 199-mile relay and how cancer has impacted his life.
Movie theaters, concert halls, museums, and theater companies consider requesting proof of vaccination as COVID restrictions rear back.
Conner Reed and Nick Campigli
Masking indoors could last at least through January of 2022; broader vaccine mandates, meanwhile, are still under discussion.
Portland-based Sport Source connects athletes, coaches, and more to gyms and sports facilities. We talk with CEO Casey Trujeque about the new app.
With cases on the rise again and the Delta variant taking over, new OHA and county regulations have stores reconsidering recently abandoned mask mandates.
Riley Bass, Fiona McCann, and Conner Reed
Top Doctors, Nurses & More
Doctors, nurses, naturopaths, chiropractors, physician assistants, massage therapists, and more—nominate your peers now!
Portland fitness experts say drink more water, 'start low and go slow', and don't even think about skipping the cooldown.
Gabriel Granillo and Cami Hughes
How to recognize and recover from burnout. Pro tip: You’ll need your boss’s help.
OSU professor Regan Gurung helps us break down what exactly burnout is, how to recognize it, and how we—as employees and employers—can prevent it and recover...
A pandemic grand opening might be a letdown for the grown-ups, but the babies won’t know the difference.
To celebrate, rides on TriMet will be free all weekend long.
Mask mandates and capacity limits will sunset on June 30.
Put in the time now to reap the sweet, homegrown reward later.