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Epidemiology Unit Is Inactive And Failed To Control The Flu -GMOA

The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) has accused the Epidemiology Unit of the Ministry of Heath of failing to contain the deadly virus affecting...
Over 1000 Deaths On Respiratory Diseases In Sri Lanka

Over 1000 Deaths On Respiratory Diseases In Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has recorded a rise in asthma patients with at least 1 million affected by the respiratory disease and over 1,000 deaths reported...

Final Donation For Man Whose Blood Saved 2.4 Million Babies

A man in Australia helped save the lives of more than 2 million babies by donating his "special" blood, which was used to make...
Oral Antibiotics May Increase Risk for Kidney Stones

Oral Antibiotics May Increase Risk for Kidney Stones

Five classes of antibiotics are associated with an increased risk for kidney stones, results from a nested case-control study suggest. The risk is particularly...

Token Strike Against Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Tomorrow- GMOA

One day all island token strike by GMOA against signing of Singapore FTA & proceeding ETCA without a National Trade Policy will start at 8am on Thursday 17th,...
GMOA's Response to Government Proposal Over SAITM

GMOA Appreciate Absorb Students To KDU Without SAITM

The Government Medical Officers’ Association (GMOA)  welcomed the Cabinet decision to absorb 982 SAITM students to General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University (KDU), after...
EEGs can Accurately Predict Autism During Early Life

EEGs can Accurately Predict Autism During Early Life

Inexpensive EEGs, which measure brain electrical activity, can accurately predict or rule out autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in infants, even in some as young...
Women In Sri Lanka Are Champions Of Breastfeeding - UNICEF

Women In Sri Lanka Are Champions Of Breastfeeding – UNICEF

New analysis shows that 99 per cent of children in Sri Lanka are breastfed at some point in their young lives Babies in South Asia...
Over 1000 Deaths On Respiratory Diseases In Sri Lanka

Over 1000 Deaths On Respiratory Diseases In Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has recorded a rise in asthma patients with at least 1 million affected by the respiratory disease and over 1,000 deaths reported...
Zika In Five Minutes

Zika In Five Minutes – CDC/Updated April/2016

What is Zika virus disease (Zika)? Disease spread primarily through the bite of an Aedesspecies mosquito infected with Zika virus.Many people infected with Zika virus won’thave symptoms...
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