Friday, May 6, 2016

HEALTH TIP

BE ON ALERT TOO MUCH OF CALCIUM INTAKE  CAUSES HEALTH PROBLEMS
Hypercalcemia is a condition in which the calcium level in your blood is above normal. Too much calcium in your blood can weaken your bones, create kidney stones, and interfere with the way your heart and brain works. Hypercalcemia most commonly results from overactive parathyroid glands.

You might not experience any signs or symptoms if your hypercalcemia is mild. More-severe cases produce symptoms related to the parts of your body affected by the high calcium levels in your blood. Examples include:
  • Kidneys. Excess calcium in your blood means your kidneys have to work harder to filter it out. This can cause excessive thirst and frequent urination.
  • Digestive system. Hypercalcemia can cause stomach upset, nausea, vomiting and constipation.
  • Bones and muscles. In most cases, the excess calcium in your blood was leached from your bones, which weakens them. This can cause bone pain. Some people who have hypercalcemia also experience muscle weakness.
  • Brain. Hypercalcemia can interfere with the way your brain works, resulting in confusion, lethargy and fatigue.

When to see a doctor

Contact your doctor if you develop signs and symptoms that may indicate hypercalcemia — such as being extremely thirsty, urinating frequently and having abdominal pain.

Twenty Navy Personal Were Injured And Hospitalized Due To An Accident At Vavuniya

Image result for accident graphicAround 20 Navy Personal were injured and hospitalized last night due to the Bus they were travelling in toppled on the road at Parayalakulam in Vavuniya(In Northern Province).

The accident had occurred when the bus was on the way to Madawachchiya(In North Central Province) from Mullikulam.

The injured Navy Personal were admitted to Vavuniya Hospital for treatment,

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A 4 Hour Power Failure Occurred At Galle-Mapalagama Main Road Due To A Transformer Fire

A 4 hour power failure had occurred today (07)in surrounding area of Karapitiya Hospital - Galle(In Southern Province) due to a fire erupted in a Transformer on Galle-Mapalagama Main Road.

The workers attached to Ceylon Electricity Private Company had managed to douse the fire and restored the power supply  to the area it has been reported,

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National Police Commission Has Promoted 59 ASP'S To SP Posts

Image result for sri lanka policeThe National Police Commission has promoted 59 Assistant Superintendents of Police (ASP) Superintendents of Police (SP) with effect from last Thursday(05).

Among those promoted there were two female ASP's  it has been reported.

Meanwhile The Police Commission is due to be promoted another three ASP's to the SP Posts after the inquiries conducting against them are concluded.

Sri Lanka Railways To Transport Coal And Goods Through Trains

Image result for sri lanka trainsIn view of increasing the income the Sri Lanka Railways Department has decided to transport coal and goods through trains.

Around ten private companies have already agreed to transport their goods through trains and one company had signed an agreement with Sri Lanka Railways Department to transport coal from china bay port in trincomalee to palavi with effect from today(07) the department has announced.

Through this programme the department is expected to avoid environment pollution on roads,minimize the traffic on roads due to tipper trucks and to minimize road accidents it has been reported.
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Air Port Customs Officers Detained A Korean National With Foreign Currency Notes Worth Rs.4.4 milliom

Image result for katunayake airportThe  Air Port Customs Officers have today(06) detained a Korean National who attempted to smuggle foreign currencies worth Rs.4.4 million out of the country at  Katunayaka Bandaranaika International Air Port.

The 45 year old Korean Suspect is found as engaged in Business Activities in Sri Lanka .An investigations have revealed that the suspect had went abroad four times during last month and involved in smuggling foreign currencies out of the country.

The Air Port Customs had fined Rs. 18 million from the Korean Suspect and confiscated the foreign currency notes  in  possession of him it has been reported.

BUSHFIRE DEATH TOLL RISES IN AUSTRALIA AS COMMUNNITIES REMAIN ON ALERT

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