It’s tough to maintain social distancing at a polling station. Oregon’s senior senator has been pushing for a national vote-by-mail policy.
Maxine Dexter wrote an open letter to Mike Pence last week. Today, almost 5,000 doctors have co-signed.
We have a hack for antibacterial wipes, too.
So far, there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Oregon, but public health officials are monitoring the situation.
A menstrual equity movement born in Portland goes national
The fight against the X-Men of vermin comes down to one word: vigilance.
It's not looking good.
Starting in 2018, Pongo One will provide critical medical care to pets owned by vulnerable populations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.
The newly signed Reproductive Health Equity Act guarantees copay-free legal abortion (and vasectomies) for all, among other provisions.
Located on SE Belmont, Prism Health is the latest extension of the Cascade AIDS Project.
New data reveal how Oregon’s most populous county stacks up against the rest of the state.
While other states battle Obama over bathroom rights, our department of education is fostering safe learning environments for everyone.
Keep hitting snooze—a new study shows that one minute of high-intensity training is all it takes to improve aerobic health.
Cascade AIDS Project hopes to launch the new health center in 2017.
Why nearly everything you’ve heard about German supermarket chain Veganz’s US expansion is wrong.
Northeast Portland's new Begin Pilates studio makes Pilates accessible for any age level.
Chase those craft cocktails with a Portland company’s “mobile IV rehydration services.”
Two new laws give Oregon women more flexibility and independence than any other state in the country.
This Thursday, UberHealth will bring you a "wellness pack" and flu shots for up to 10 people (registered nurse included).
Heads up, climbers! The newest rock walls in town have popped up in the country's second-oldest climbing gym, along with a new weight room, yoga studio, and eats from Prasad.