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Eat Healthy with Local Produce

The Farmers Market Fund, an independent non-profit and companion organization to the Portland Farmers Market, has always been dedicated to ...

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Fire Stations Promote Health and Safety

As part of High Blood Pressure Education Month, Portland Fire and Rescue reminds Portlanders they can visit their neighborhood station ...

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Giving Back

Drivers are needed for an organization that delivers meals to seniors in our community, providing a vital link to their ...

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Tiny House for Dignity Village

In recent years, tiny houses have been seen as a way to combat homelessness with many popping up around the ...

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Keeping Healthy

A neighborhood health clinic has started offering free service hours once a month to reach people without access to healthcare.

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Activist Named Emerging Leader

The Oregon Public Health Institute has honored Portland civil rights activist LaKeesha Dumas as an emerging leader and named her ...

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Medical Records Go Online

All medical records for the approximately 650 youth in the Oregon Youth Authority's close-custody facilities are going electronic to make ...

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Fitness with ‘JJ’

The hardest thing about any goal that you have in your life is the “start.”

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No-Cream Pasta Primavera

Spring veggies benefit from a quick roasting in olive oil and herbs before being tossed with penne. No cream here, ...

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Explore Vancouver Parks and Trails

Outdoor enthusiasts can explore Vancouver area parks and trails with the help of two new maps developed by Vancouver Parks ...

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Clamp Down on E-Cigarettes

Multnomah County Commissioners have voted to restrict e-cigarettes and so called “vaping” devices to protect children and public health.

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Born Perfect!

Basic Rights Oregon is inviting the community to join them in a new campaign, #BornPerfect, and at an upcoming open ...

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Reversing the History of Illness

People of color in Multnomah County face “extremely sobering’’ disparities that lead to more illness, fewer opportunities and shorter lives.

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Healthy Babies Ahead!

The International Center for Traditional Childbearing is celebrating a victory, having just received a grant for its African American Childbirth ...

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Fighting Hunger in Oregon

The Oregon Food Bank is casting their net wider than ever in hopes of accessing more resources for those in ...