Dr harold Gunatillake

  Hello Viewers. Good morning to you. It is a bright morning and blue skies, on Saturday 8th May. I am in the City of Blacktown, City Council Hall, two hours’ drive from the heart of Sydney. Today, the Sri Lankan Association of NSW in collaboration with Blacktown City Council and Multicultural NSW are having a Multicultural Diversity event. What will be clear is that the Australian SriLankans in NSW having been assimilated into the multicultural community, forms part of the Australian government, and this event today will provide sufficient evidence of that unity. Let us join. Hope you will enjoy the day as much as I will do. Dr Harold www.Doctorharold.com Source link ...

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In February 2021, Professor Sucharit Bhakdi, M.D. and a few his colleagues warned the European Medicines Agency about the potential danger of blood clots and cerebral vein thrombosis in millions of people receiving experimental gene-based injection The first case of CVT after AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine was detected in a woman, 37-year-old in Norway. CAT scan had shown the brain clot, when admitted to the ED in the hospital. It was also found that the platelet count was also incredibly low. She died after two days.This was one of 16 cases reported.In the 16 cases reported the researchers found one or two thrombotic, i.e., clotting events such as cerebral venous thrombosis-referred to as CVT: some had internal visceral organs vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism-meaning a clot from elsewhere in the lungs, 6 of them had died. Five of them had multiple vein clots all over the body. Global health experts came under ...

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Transcript: Amidst our hectic schedules and busy lives, the Rajans meaning the old Pupils of Dharmaraja College the premier Buddhist school, Kandy, Sri Lanka, living in Sydney, grouped together, with their families, at the Nurrangingy reserve in Doonside, a faraway suburb of Sydney for a picnic and barbe party, with their families, to coincide with the Sinhala & Tamil New Year which fell on the 14th April, every year. As you are aware this Buddhist School was established on 30 June 1887 and the founder was Col Henry Steel Olcott, philanthropist from New York who visited Ceylon to obtain further studies on Buddhism. The original building was a Cadjan shed, an abandoned Bana Salawa in the premises of the Natha devalaya with a Buddhist, Andris de Silva as Headmaster with 8 boys. The growth of Dharmaraja over these 120 years is phenomenal. Today her student population stands at 5000 with ...

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Transcript: After reading Tim Newman’s article, in MNT Newsletter, I was inspired to present this video, because Parkinson’s disease seems to be on the increase among the aging Sri Lankan population. Parkinson’s disease is a condition where the nerves of the brain and the other parts of the nervous system are affected. Symptoms about to be discussed are due to loss of nerve cells.What causes this to happen are not noticeably clear. Parkinson’s is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder after Alzheimer’s disease. In the United States, approximately 1.6% of the over 65 group is affected with Parkinson’s disease. In Germany, the standard prevalence was 1680 cases per 100,000 of population.In 2016, an estimated 6.1 million people worldwide had Parkinson’s Disease. The number has doubled in the past 25 years.Data is not available for the incidence in Sri Lanka, but Parkinson’s disease is on the rise as more people with ...

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Is the COVID-19 vaccine contraindicated with a history of blood clots in the varicose veins, in the past?- Dr Harold Gunatillake A patient query Dear Doctor Harold I am due for the Astra Zeneca next week. I am 78 years old & in view of the recent reports re clotting somewhat concerned, though assured by my GP & others hopefully all will be well. I was taking aspirin for over 25 years since I had a superficial clot on my calf. However, in the last 3 or years I have not been taking it on the opinion of three medical professionals including my GP that unless you have had a heart condition there is no need to take it. Since I am to have the Astra COVID vaccine I spoke to my GP & he said if I wish I can take it for a few days. I am wondering ...

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Website: www.Doctorharold.com Transcript: “As the vaccine to protect against COVID-19 continues to roll out to more and more people, there is bound to be more and more side effects. Today, we are discussing the most dreaded side effect, i.e., Cerebral Venous Thrombosis (CVT)” Great concern of the people today is to have the COVID-19 vaccine against COVID-19 or not, and that is the question. Because of this situation the hesitancy rates seem increasing, and the anticipated herd immunity may be prolonged for at least another 4 years. Recently, it has been discovered a few people have got brain blood clots within 14 days of having the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, among the ages less than 60. These clots have been recorded from other vaccines like Pfizer Biotech, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson. The World Health Organization, the U.K.’s medicines regulator and the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis have all said that ...

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  If you are trying to keep your health journey with confidence, live longer, this is the path to follow. What are blue zones? Discovering where people live longest by Dan Buettner, Blue Zones founder, is a National geographical Fellow and multiple New York Times bestselling author found five places in the world-dubbed blue zones-where people live the longest, and are healthiest: Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Nicoya, Costa Rica; Ikaria, Greece, and Loma Linda, California. “I’ve travelled the world for National Geographic to identify the diet, eating patterns, and lifestyles of the world’s longest-lived people. The Blue Zones Meal Planner makes it easy for everyone to eat in a way that gives them the best chance to live to 100.” Dan Buettner, Founder of BlueZones® The concept of the blue zone, that is marking a blue circle for countries where people live longest, was created by Gianni Pes and Michel ...

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By Dr harold Gunatillake-FRCS,FICS,FIACS,AM(Sing),MB,BS (Cey) –Health editor   “Hoppers described as the love-child of a crepe & crumpet. It has become a very popular street food in Sri Lanka, in big towns and rural areas. It is now considered as a special ‘super staple food’ When Australia opened doors for Southern Asians in the late fifties and early sixties, it was a great opportunity for most Sri Lankans to migrate to Australia, those who disliked SWRD’s “Sinhala only within 24 hour policy” This gave a great impetus specially for the burgher community then, contributing to the good of the country, excelling on sports, athletics, trade, law enforcement, and so on, to leave her shores for greener pastures in Australia, and the loss this enterprising community is felt, even today in that developing country. Melbourne was the place preferred by many Migrants at the time, whilst a few professionals and others ...

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