Michele Loew of Yoga Space deconstructs three familiar asana shapes, and what they can do for your whole body (and mind).
Take a look around Northwest Portland's first rock gym, complete with 30,000 square feet of bouldering, climbing, yoga, and more.
The Extra Mile, a perennial customer favorite, tastes like dessert but is packed with protein, vitamins, and minerals.
How OHSU's Dr. Robert Martindale initiated a “probiotic protocol” for every patient receiving antibiotics.
Five trails and three bike routes that
celebrate Northwest splendor—without the long haul.
Vegan sushi, Paleo parfaits, bracingly acidic ceviche, and salads a-plenty...there's a whole new world of healthy dining out there, and it's delicious.
Benjamin Tepler, Allison Jones, Kelly Clarke, and Molly Woodstock
Nike's Fuelband sparked an enduring tech/fitness revolution—but will it survive the industry's changes?
Meet a handful of locals blazing trails in complementary care.
Home-birthing mothers sometimes avoid hospitals, even in emergencies. At Legacy Emanuel, doctors and midwives are working together to change that.
We break down the breakdown of the Oregon's healthcare insurance marketplace.
A day in the life of Mirabella, complete with a morning Zumba class, a 7,000-volume library, Mandarin classes, and an evening choral performance.
Homing in on what it means to be healthy in the City of Roses, from good wine to great hikes.
Portland-based industrial design firm Ziba’s new design for an ancient life-saving device brings rugged health tech to the US Army.
A recession-era career switch takes a Portlander from showroom to emergency room.
A Q & A with Eugene's anti-aging author Lauren Kessler
In a messy part of the city, an urban farm grows connections between families and fresh food.
Who We Are
Who gets the healthcare bill for the poverty stricken citizens? And when is it OK to pull the plug?
Kasey Cordell and Randy Gragg
An abortion clinic escort at the Lovejoy Surgicenter confronts Portland’s clashing colors.
The country that computes Gross National Happiness as its measure of national success also produces special Bhutanese Red Rice.