It's not quite the bionics of science fiction, but European researchers have created a robotic hand that gave an amputee a sense of touch he hadn't felt in a decade.
The Food and Drug Administration is using ads depicting wrinkled skin on youthful faces and teenagers paying for cigarettes with their teeth in a campaign to show the nation's young people the costs associated with smoking.
Forget being sneezed on: Government scientists are deliberately giving dozens of volunteers the flu by squirting the live virus straight up their noses.
After 20 years, the nutrition facts label on the back of food packages is getting a makeover.
The Food and Drug Administration says it is conducting new studies of the safety of caramel coloring in soft drinks and other foods, even though previous research has shown no identifiable health risk.
Every child attending school, both public and private, including programs like Head Start, must have immunization records submitted to the school by Wednesday, February 19.
Oregon is one of a handful of states where national health leaders are worried about a flu epidemic. We talk to a nutritionist about building up a strong immune system with food and vitamins. We also talk to a pediatrician armed with your questions about kids and the flu.
The health care overhaul's reach stretches far beyond the millions of uninsured Americans it is expected to help. It also could touch everything from the drug choices to doctor bills of people who have insurance through work.
Flu cases continue to increase in Oregon. One local hospital is making flu shots available for free today only.
Bureau workers say the city needs to find a new way to pay for streets because the money from the gas tax is slowly decreasing.
Strict restrictions for Salem Hospital visitors are now in effect to protect patients from the flu.
As of Wednesday, at least 11 people had died from the flu virus at Portland metro area hospitals
Middle-aged men risk a faster mental decline as they age if they've been drinking heavily for years, new research suggests.
The people who run Washington's new health care exchange are hoping rock 'n' roll will inspire more young people to sign up for insurance.
Emergency room doctors at Seattle Children's Hospital fear the legalization of marijuana could mean an increase of young patients suffering from overdose.