One Mercy Medical Center department in Roseburg is getting some national recognition, receiving the ‘Gold Standard National Accreditation for Cardiovascular Excellence’ (or ACE).
Earlier this summer the board approved a new federal program that would provide free meals for all North Bend students, but this week the board voted unanimously not to move forward with the program.
The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the first prescription drug designed to boost sexual desire in women, a milestone long sought by a pharmaceutical industry eager to replicate the blockbuster success of impotence drugs for men.
Officials say water samples indicate higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria, which can result in diarrhea, stomach cramps, skin rashes, upper respiratory infections and other illnesses. Direct contact with the water – especially by children and the elderly, who may be more vulnerable to waterborne bacteria – should be avoided in this area until the advisory is lifted.
Barely 2 years old, Talia Pisano is getting tough treatment for kidney cancer that spread to her brain. She's also getting a chance at having babies of her own someday.
Architrave Health, LLC’s Board of Directors has appointed Mitchell Hall as its new CEO to replace interim CEO Gary McCormack.
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a first-of-a-kind drug that lowers artery-clogging cholesterol more than older drugs that have been prescribed for decades.
ODFW says there are several health advisories and closures to look out for.
The motorcycle run is a tribute to firefighter Jeff Common, who lost his life in a structure fire with Randy Carpenter and Chuck Hanner over 12 years ago.
The new policy means no smoking on county property with a few exceptions.
New research suggests it may be possible to predict which preschoolers will struggle to read - and it has to do with how the brain deciphers speech when it's noisy.
The $1,000 pill for a liver-wasting viral infection that made headlines last year is no longer the favorite of patients and doctors.
For pregnant women, abnormal results from certain prenatal tests may signal that something is wrong — with the moms-to-be, not the fetus, a preliminary study suggests.
Coos Health and Wellness, formerly Coos County Public Health, has been in the same building since 1974, and some say it's time for an upgrade.
The pushback against soaring cancer drug prices is gaining steam. A leading doctors group on Monday proposed a formula to help patients decide if a medicine is worth it — what it will cost them and how much good it is likely to do.