By Don Macgillivray Have you ever wondered what’s in your own health records? Open-Notes (O-N) allows patients to read about their medical condition after a doctor’s appointment. The most effective way to do this is by email. Doctors and clinicians can provide patients with access to their notes electronically using […]
By Michelle Frost Roughly eight million new cancer cases occurred in economically-developing countries in 2012, the...
By Don McGillivray At one time or another, everyone is likely to want information about caring for aging family members...
By Michelle Frost Despite the many changes in this fair city – widespread development, rising costs, throngs...
By Nancy Tannler Throughout time the curious among us have had a fascination with paranormal and other mysterious worldly happenings. Almost every religious or spiritual practice has a mystical theme as part of their dogma with a set of incantations to help put one in touch with this amorphous side […]Read more ›
By Bob Woodle Julie Brim-Edwards of Mt. Tabor was among 49 athletic achievers inducted into the Portland Interscholastic League Hall of Fame on Sunday, October 18, She is the first six sport athlete among the 789 who have been inducted in the 115 year old athletic league’s Hall of Fame. […]Read more ›
By Stephyn Quirke Local opponents of a controversial water deal have won important allies in the past few months, threatening a multi-million dollar deal for Switzerland-based Nestle. In a renewed effort to transfer public water to Nestle’s Arrowhead brand, the city of Cascade Locks and Oregon Department of Fish and […]Read more ›
By Don McGillivray How each person concludes life is critical to everyone. No one wants to suffer or live as a vegetable in a hospital intensive care unit. At some point everyone must decide who must make the decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated. It is better to […]Read more ›
Sage Bolyard and other ardent skateboarders began skateboarding under the Burnside Bridge in 1990. Using the bridges foundation as a structure, they began to build ramps and jumps. Eventually it became a place to go that was challenging for skaters, yet out of the weather. The presence of the skateboarders […]Read more ›
By Michelle Frost If there is truly a Cloud 9 (“the highest a cloud can be; a state of happiness, elation or bliss”), then it has settled into the Clinton District near the blinking red light at SE 26th St and Clinton; a busy hub of bicycle commuters, restaurants and […]Read more ›