Hear Dr. Patricia Kullberg read from her memoir, On the Ragged Edge of Medicine, on Monday, June 26.
The Oregon Woman: History
From abortion doctors to black lawyers to vegetarian spiritualists, these women were kicking ass and taking names during our city's formative years.
Heather Arndt Anderson
From emergency care to animal massage, here’s where to take your terrier (or tarantula).
We asked Portland's doctors, nurses, physician assistants, and complementary medicine providers: to whom would you trust the care of your loved ones? Here are their top choices.
Ignore the haters—getting vaccinated is the best way to protect your community from illness this winter.
A new survey reveals how often we’re drinking coffee, eating cheesy puffs, and more.
Amy Kay's patients call her a miracle worker.
Dan Dorsa, OHSU senior VP of research, explains the “MedTech Alliance.”
Dan Wieden, cofounder of Wieden & Kennedy, and daughter Laura work to speed up the sluggish research clock.
“We know that the compound has worked, but we don’t actually know how it works.”
According to a groundbreaking Oregon State study, it’s just as safe to deliver in water as on land.
Would-be parents from across the globe converge here for science, surrogates, and security.
Williams, Oregon’s Herb Pharm is a giant in the world of holistic tinctures and remedies—and it all got started at Powell's Books.
Local doctors are reshaping how medicine approaches transgender kids and adults.
Meet a handful of locals blazing trails in complementary care.
Our spin through Portland’s raucous 170 years reveals a city molded by punks and power brokers, by brilliant breakthroughs and a few heinous mistakes.
Zach Dundas, Marty Patail, Marco España, Caitlin Feldman, Cari Johnson, Alexandria Bordas, and Doug Kenck-Crispin