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Sri Lanka Gets The Help Of Healthcare Professionals

Several disabled people in Sri Lanka will derive the benefits from the skills of five healthcare professionals who have returned to the country after receiving training // in the field of prosthetic and orthotic devices for the disabled. With their graduation from the program at the Cambodian School of Prosthetics and Orthotics in Phnom Penh, funded by the US Agency for International Development,...

Bird flu affects the export of poultry products to Sri Lanka and Nepal

In Sri Lanka the Health Ministry Epidemiology Unit Director Dr Nihal Abeysinghe said that the country has banned import of all the poultry products from India. This is due to the result of the confirmation of the first bird flu infection death in India. // They are requesting the public to avoid importing poultry products from India. He also said that if the virus was not contained by the Indian...

Yellow Oleander Plants Fuels Suicide Rates In Sri Lanka

A British doctor has said that suicide rates in Sri Lanka has increased in multifold with people consuming the poisonous seeds of the common roadside// yellow oleander plants even for the most trivial reasons. ..This is an ornamental plant often used for hedging that grows all over the island. It has yellow trumpet-like flowers and a fruit the size of a conker. Inside is a single large seed and...

Gauging efficacy of SSRI class of anti-depressants

Washington: The SSRI class of antidepressants is thought to have brought down the suicide rates in the U.S. According to a study in the journal, Public Library //of Science Medicine, nearly 30,000 lives have been saved by the use of the new SSRI antidepressants, presently used to alleviate depression. .. ..The common anti-depressants prescribed for depression are Zoloft, Paxil and Prozac, which b...

Four People with Dengue Symptoms Admitted to Srinagar Hospital

Four people with dengue symptoms have been admitted to a hospital in this summer capital Srinagar.Doctors at the Soura Institute of Medical Sciences Thursday confirmed// that they were in the emergency ward of the institute. ...."The samples of two of the four patients have tested negative, ruling out fear of the dreaded fever," a senior doctor said. ...."The reports of the other two patients,...

Chikungunya Reaches Sri Lanka

An outbreak of the dreaded mosquito-borne fever, Chikunguniya in Sri lanka has been confirmed by health officials. Around 5000 people are feared to be infected.// ....Symptoms of Chikungunya are high fever,severe joint and muscular pain, headache, body ache and vomiting in some cases. Health experts say the disease weakens the immune system making people succumb to other ailments. ....Sri Lanka...

Sri Lanka Gold Hope Shadowed by Jayasinghe's Illness

Sri Lanka's gold hope in the Doha Asian Games suffered a major blow as Olympic bronze medallist Susanthika Jayasinghe is suffering from viral flu.// ....Maxwell de Silva, the deputy chef de mission of Sri Lanka, said that the 31-year-old Sri Lankan sprint queen failed to come with them to Doha due to a health problem but De Silva was hopeful that Jayasinghe will make a speedy recovery and will b...

Srinagar Plagued by Stray Dog Menace

Residents and doctors in Srinagar are quite frustrated by the large number of stray dogs on the city's streets, with 4,500 dog bite cases// recorded by the main SMHS hospital here last year. ....Two people bitten by rabid dogs died in the last two months. 'The situation is alarming. We receive 5-10 cases of dog bites every day. In some cases the victims are suspected to have been bitten by rabid...
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