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IMPROVING YOUR HEALTH--ONE BITE AT A TIME
Let's ask ourselves: how can we change the food culture for this and future generations?
As featured in: Our March Newsletter
Love your heart!
As we make plans for Valentine's Day it's good to remember that February is a great time to be aware of how to keep your heart healthy.
As featured in: Our February Newsletter
Ready to take on the new year?
So we'd like to help you make 2014 your smartest year yet, with easy, bite-sized actions—like taking a class, attending a seminar or learning something new.
As featured in: Our January Newsletter
Focusing on wellness through the holidays
While holiday stress can hit anyone, many studies suggest that it hits women harder than most.
As featured in: Our December Newsletter
How will you savor the season?
Christie Naze, registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator at the Center for Women's Health, shares tips for savoring the season.
As featured in: Our November Newsletter
Three ways to help us end cancer as we know it
One in three of us will be diagnosed with cancer during our lifetime. Here are three opportunities for you to join the fight against cancer.
As featured in: Our October Newsletter
Understand and reduce your risk for gynecologic cancers
While gynecologic cancers are often lumped into one group, each cancer is unique and has different signs, symptoms, risk factors, and prevention strategies.
As featured in: Our September Newsletter
Rx for Health: Stay Active With Friends
Do you enjoy being active with friends? Time spent with friends is important for life happiness and scientifically proven to contribute to your good health. Consider this your prescription to stay active with friends.
As featured in: Our August Newsletter
Take care: melanoma death rate for women in Oregon is the highest in the country
Dermatologists at OHSU recommend the following tips to help protect you from the harmful effects of the sun.
As featured in: Our July Newsletter
Community input to determine health policies requested through Oregon Values and Beliefs Survey
Now is the time for you to have your voice heard and share your thoughts, values and beliefs on the future of health care in Oregon.