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Mel Rader, a co-director of Upstream Public Health and a fluoride advocate, sits next to Angel Lambart and her daughter in December.
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Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley is being dragged into the partisan infighting surrounding revelations that the Internal Revenue Service wrongly targeted Tea Party groups seeking non-profit status.
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When Greg Nokes of West Linn found out that one of his Oregon ancestors was a slave owner he was surprised to say the least.
Recently, an article by Kate Baicker and colleagues came out in the New England Journal of Medicine .
Kaiser Permanente Northwest is apologizing to nearly 6,500 members in Oregon and Washington whose blood was tested for HIV without their knowledge or consent.
Gov. John Kitzhaber gave lawmakers a plan -- and a day -- to come up with an agreement on taxes and cuts to public pensions.
This is what competition looks like: One health insurer wants to charge $169 a month next year to cover a 40-year-old Portland-area non-smoker. Another wants $422 a month for the same standard plan.
More than 1,200 people participated in a month-long ODOT survey to name Oregon's new Talgo passenger trains, and the winners rose easily above the others: Mt.
The Oregon Community Foundation is challenging Oregonians to support the expansion of OSU-Cascades in Bend to a four-year school with a pair of matching grants totaling $500,000. The Oregon Community Foundation is banking on Oregonians to rally behind plans to expand the OSU-Cascades campus in Bend.
Jenn Farrington started working at Raven and Rose when the downtown Portland restaurant opened in January.
News that Angelina Jolie chose a preventive double mastectomy raises questions for women: Should they take the same blood test that led her to undergo the surgery? Here are things you need to know about Jolie's decision and what it means for you, from sources including the Susan R. Komen for the Cure Foundation and Dr.
I have often thought about how Oregon could have better managed the economic gains and political challenges of the 1990s, and I've hoped that we would get another decade of growth in which to make better use of good fortune.
Oregon's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell 0.2 of a percent to 8.0 percent in April, with nearly 20,000 fewer jobless Oregonians than a year ago, the state Employment Department reported Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the Senate Agriculture Committee is marking up its version of a new Farm Bill; Wednesday, it's the House Agriculture Committee.
Kathleen Hunter, a human resources officer at YoCream in Portland, answered questions about the company's openings during an April job fair at Mt.