6th Case Reported In Outbreak At University Of OregonPublic health officials have confirmed a sixth case in the outbreak of a contagious bacterial disease that has killed one student at the University of Oregon.
Doctors: Finding Source Unlikely In E. Coli Deaths Investigators say they don't expect to find the specific sources of fatal strains of E. coli that killed two children in the Pacific Northwest and left a Washington boy fighting for his life.
Oregon Moves To Dump Health Exchange Website State officials looking to dump troubled online health exchange and use the federal marketplace instead.
Top Cover Oregon IT Official Resigns The housecleaning continues at Oregon's troubled health-insurance exchange, with the resignation of a fourth top manager.
Oregon Drops Proposed Ban On Marijuana-Laced MunchiesOregon officials are backing off their proposal to prohibit sales of pot-infused treats at medical marijuana stores.
Oregon Creates Temporary Insurance Plan For Sick Under pressure from legislative leaders, the Oregon Health Authority announced Friday that it will create a new program to ensure that some Oregonians with serious medical conditions don't lose health care coverage because of problems with the state's insurance exchange.
Grant Loss Will Reduce Ore. Watch On Toxic AlgaeThe Oregon Health Authority will be paying less attention to toxic algae blooms in rivers and lakes after a federal grant expired.
Oregon Medical Community Scrambling To Deal With Influx Of 400,000 Patients Under 'Obamacare'With 400,000 uninsured Oregonians expected to get health insurance in the coming years, the state and medical community are scrambling to make sure there are doctors, nurses and other health care providers available to treat them.
State Warns Of Algae Contamination Near HeppnerThe discovery of blue-green algae in an Eastern Oregon reservoir has the Oregon Health Authority worried that drinking water near Heppner could be contaminated.
Ore. Health Officials Warn Against 'Spice' Drug A form of synthetic marijuana known as "spice" has caused at least a half-dozen cases of sudden kidney failure in Oregon and southwest Washington since May, the Oregon Health Authority reported Friday.

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