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Families crowd health clinic on exclusion day

Families looking to catch up on school immunizations crowded the Marion County Health Department clinic in Salem on Wednesday. → Read More

Salem company takes on Type 1 diabetes

Salem's latest public health campaign will be coming from an unlikely source: a local building supplies company. → Read More

Salem Fire investigating possible hazardous situation

Salem Fire is on scene at a location on Market Street. → Read More

Salem Health's new rehab center to open Tuesday

Salem Health's new $15 million outpatient rehabilitation facility will see its first patients Tuesday, after about a year of construction. → Read More

Scammers target concerned Moda members

The Department of Consumer and Business Services has issued a warning to consumers that scammers may be trying to take advantage of Moda Health's financial troubles to obtain sensitive information. → Read More

Public health advocates, retailers clash on tobacco bill

Public health advocates and tobacco retailers clashed Tuesday at the Oregon State Capitol, as they gave testimony on a bill that would require tobacco and e-cigarette product retailers to be licensed by the state. → Read More

Mental health AFH

It would help to have a 'here's how the system works' section. → Read More

Zika virus not a threat to Oregon, public health official says

While people should take precautions, Oregonians have little reason to be concerned about the Zika virus, a state public health official said Friday. → Read More

Four arrested on meth charges

A 17-year-old Dallas boy was found having seizures after taking methamphetamine. → Read More

Deadline approaching for 2016 health insurance

The deadline to obtain health insurance coverage and avoid penalties for 2016 is Jan. 31. → Read More

Nutrition program for low-income mothers, babies go digital

The switch, which began Tuesday, is expected to make lives easier for the 11,000 local participants as well as store clerks, as the voucher system could require a shopper to make multiple transactions in one trip. → Read More

Groups call on officials to champion race equity bills

A coalition of organizations released the 2015 race equity report Thursday, an analysis of the Oregon Legislature and its efforts in addressing racism in the state. → Read More

Is the Newfoundland Oregon's official state dog?

Father-daughter Newfoundland duo Shadrach and Olga brought lots of smiles to the suits in the Oregon State Capitol on Thursday, but it's unlikely → Read More

Oregon exploring setting up own exchange, again

The Department of Consumer and Business Services, which oversees the Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace, is seeking proposals for technology solutions that could run the small business and individual marketplace → Read More

Oregon receives A-plus in reproductive health

As reproductive health policies in the rest of the country face hostility, Oregon has managed to make improvements on the accessibility and affordability of reproductive health and family planning services, a rereport from the Population Health found → Read More

Free Alzheimer's classes coming to Salem, Keizer

Oregon Care Partners will offer a series of individclasses about Alzheimer's disease in the Salem area starting Jan. 13 and running through May 16. → Read More

Hubbard woman wants state dog status for Newfoundlands

Becky Davis, 40, owns eight Newfoundlands. Along with her mother and son, she is scheduled to give a presentation to the House Interim Rules Committee on Thursday to that effect. → Read More

Oregon snowpack at 138 percent of normal

The cold month of December has brought welcome precipitation to Oregon, kicking off 2016 with promises of plentiful water in the forecast, the Natural Resources Conservation Service announced Friday. → Read More

More Oregonians signing up for coverage, many switching plans

More Oregonians have enrolled in Obamacare plans so far this year than did last year, and many of them are shopping and switching plans, according to new data from the federal government. → Read More

Call now to receive tax help starting Jan. 11

Salem taxpayers can now start calling to make appointments for assistance from the IRS starting Jan. 11, instead of waiting in line. → Read More