Spring into Fall this year with stories of surviving cancer, how an OSU football player's career got back on track, signs of depression we all should know, and a healthy black bean and corn salsa recipe.
Meet Walter Wolf, find out about our exciting activities this month, and learn how to keep food from spoiling outdoors
Scott Pierson was not worried about his heart health, but when went to a free heart health screenings offered by Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute, he learned he was a "heart attack waiting to happen."
The benefits of being able to keep your own aortic valve following an aortic rupture are significant.
Bryon Dorgan, DO, was first physician accepted into the Cardiology Fellowship Program at Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute, and is the program's first graduate.
The 2014 Asbury event will take place on Oct. 17 at Oregon State University
Meet Victoria Whitaker and our new chef Ruby Rowe, and learn the warning signs of Parkinson's disease
As you grow older, you may want to begin thinking about your bone health. Osteoporosis is a disease that gradually weakens the bones, causing them to become brittle and prone to fracture.
Quarterback Tanner Sanders of Crescent Valley High School rolled out of the pocket and got hit hard by a defender, tearing multiple ligaments.
Meet new resident Greely Woods, and get some tips to beat the summer heat