The Douglas County Senior Resource Coalition helps seniors find local resources for a variety of issues. Members of the DCSRC appeared recently on Talking Health on News Radio 1240 KQEN.
Blue Zones Project Umpqua hosted a Senior Luncheon on Friday September 14, at the Roseburg Senior Center with about 60 people in attendance.
Jazmyn Dream Zeller was a young woman who had battled cancer multiple times, but maintained her fighting spirit right to the end.
Faith Lutheran Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in Roseburg has been selected as the first Blue Zones Project Approved faith-based organization in the Umpqua Valley, an honor that recognizes Faith Lutheran’s commitment to the well-being of its members and the community as a whole.
Athletic and social activities are some of the best opportunities we can offer our children. Benefits from being involved in sports are scientifically shown to help students develop long-term health habits, build self-esteem and an understanding of commitment and help advance teamwork skills…
Runners and walkers in the Blast! 5K crossed the finish line Saturday morning at Stewart Park in Roseburg with faces blue and shirts colored like rainbows.
Glenda Zalunardo from Winchester realized she needed to downsize her life when her mother passed away. She was responsible for handling everything from her mother’s life and, thinking forward, she decided she didn’t want to put her own sons through that.
Douglas Education Service District has been named the first Blue Zones Project Approved worksite in the Umpqua Valley, an honor that recognizes the ESD’s commitment to the well-being of their employees and the community as a whole.
Whitestone Vitamin and Health Center is celebrating 11 years of good timing and good employees on Sept. 5 in their little store on the corner of Main Street and Cass Street with discounts and hourly giveaways.
Now in its third year, Area Health Education Center of Southwest Oregon’s ReConnect Scribe Program is delivering on its goal of providing future physicians a meaningful clinical experience in rural healthcare before ever setting foot in medical school.
A new study suggests Umpqua Oats, a locally-founded company known for its oatmeal cups, had an unsafe amount of “the Roundup chemical” in its maple pecan flavored oatmeal.
A recently signed agreement with Adapt will make way for mental health services for students in the Roseburg School District.