New low for high blood pressure

Portland Tribune - Health
Area doctors reflect on new hypertension guidelines, which lowered the cutoff reading

Gresham Senior Center seeks program manager

Gresham Outlook - News
Joyce Wood steps down from her position on 8th Street after serving seniors since 2011.

Healthy holiday eats

Portland Tribune - Health
This year, enjoy your holiday meals while keeping your eye on a healthful lifestyle and a slimmer waistline.

Damascus' lucky guy

Gresham Outlook - News
Through support, Matthew Loucks bounces back from health care, medical issue turmoil.

Bending - not breaking - from cancer

Gresham Outlook - News
Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center yoga class boosts wellness for those living with cancer.

Sports medicine can help you avoid exercise injuries

Portland Tribune - Health
If you want to avoid injury, it always pays to warm up before participating in strenuous physical activity.

Charitable smiles by Beacon Oral

Gresham Outlook - News
Beacon Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons to give free procedure for local candidate in need.

Fairview survivor becomes cancer activist

Gresham Outlook - News
Libby Mongue-Wymore's recent lobbying trip to Washington, D.C. presses for research funding.

Reynolds mulls creating health center

Gresham Outlook - News
Reynolds School District gets $60,000 planning grant from Multnomah County.

If you're facing surgery, pay close attention to nutrition

Portland Tribune - Health
If you're planning on an elective surgery, make sure to increase your protein intake and exercise beforehand

TAKE CARE WITH SMOKY AIR

Portland Tribune - News
While smoke caused by wildfires may not be a problem for everyone, it's important to take certain precautions.

Data shows brain games aren't all that smart

Portland Tribune - Health
Research reveals that regular video games are just as effective at exercising your brain as brain training games

Go ahead and have that cup of joe

Portland Tribune - Health
If you're a daily coffee drinker, the beverage may be doing more for you than just keeping you awake

Work toward reward, lose more weight

Portland Tribune - Health
New research shows that people who work toward a financial reward, tend to lose more weight than others

Stress may make you a candidate for broken heart syndrome

Portland Tribune - Health
A relatively new described diagnosis can mimic a heart attack and is most commonly found to affect women

It's important to practice healthy sleep habits

Portland Tribune - Health
Avoid the caffeine and the cell phone if you really want to treat your body right and get a good night's rest.

Scientists seeking to learn how to grow teeth

Portland Tribune - Health
Humans naturally come with only two sets of teeth - baby and adult - so most of us work pretty hard to hang onto the latter. Alligators, on the other…

Drink healthy, live healthy

Portland Tribune - Health
Take a closer look at what kinds of beverages you're consuming every day - their contents might surprise you.

Get your daily dose of bacteria

Portland Tribune - Health
Healthful probiotics can be found at your nearby grocery dairy case

Research funding, heart disease burden in spotlight on…

Portland Tribune - Health
American Heart Association is working to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease

Results of Canadian sugar study questioned

Portland Tribune - Health
Should a sugar study funded by Coca-Cola, Kellogg's and Hershey be trusted?

Is testosterone replacement therapy a good fit for you?

Portland Tribune - Health
There are both risks and benefits to the hormone treatment

Kickbox your way to better health

Portland Tribune - Health
Kickboxing is a fun form of exercise that will get you fit and allow you to blow off a little steam at the same time.

Older women need to prepare themselves for osteoporosis

Portland Tribune - Health
'Men do get it, but it's mostly women,' Dr. Shaw said. 'It's a silent disease so the key is prevention and screening and being aware. Unfortunately,…

In Florida, being dead is merely a health condition

Portland Tribune - Health
Some of the best health-related news is the information you don't get, i.e. the unexpected medical bill - usually from an out-of-network provider.

Beef up your fish intake and benefit from Omega-3 fatty…

Portland Tribune - Health
A visitor to the state of Oregon will soon learn about Mt. Hood, the Oregon Coast and freshly-caught, scrumptious salmon.

Don't try to be Superman when starting a New Year's…

Portland Tribune - Health
Smoking is arguably the single most important preventive measure you can take to ensure good health.

Don't try to be Superman when starting a New Year's…

Portland Tribune - Health
If you've been out of shape for a long time, don't think you can become a Navy SEAL overnight by grunting through a series of sit ups and pushups.

Exercise to increase your brain power

Portland Tribune - Health
Apart from that pesky breathless feeling, aerobic exercise is almost always a good thing.

New procedure helps pinpoint prostate cancer in male…

Portland Tribune - Health
Doctors have diagnostic tools to look for prostate cancer in men, but to be certain of a diagnosis, a biopsy of the walnut-sized gland is necessary.

Lifelike without the life using 3D modeling

Portland Tribune - Health
For doctors-in-training and surgeons preparing to perform a brand-new procedure, practice is a good thing. For patients, maybe not so much.

Diabetes can be harder on women

Portland Tribune - Health
Everyone with diabetes needs to take care of his or her health, but women with diabetes face even more health challenges than their male counterparts.

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