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August 4, 2012 Are we about the enter the era of carrying a radiation detector to scan all food before consuming?...Radiation has been detected in commercial oatmeal in Hong Kong. Despite assurances about low levels of radiation, there isn't truly
Text Size Devra Davis , a long-ignored evangelist on the health dangers of cellphones, finally feels heard. As soon as next week, Congress is expected to say that a year-long investigation has found the Federal Communications Commission cellphone-
Radioactive waters from the Fukushima disaster now buffet the coasts of North America...What we also know is immediate crises, such as the radioactivity from Fukushima, only add to the literal sea of continual radiation exposure. We are exposed to "
The cat is out of the bag, as more evidence continues to emerge proving that clean-up workers at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility in Japan deliberately covered up high radiation readings at the order of their superiors.
It isn't going away any time soon. Even if all nuclear reactors were halted and decommissioned tomorrow, the radioactive material that fueled them would remain deadly for tens of thousands of years...In A Field Guide to Radiation, Wayne Biddle
Kyodo Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Monday that the former chief of the Fukushima No. His condition is serious, but there's no threat to his life and he's conscious," Executive Vice President Zengo Aizawa said while refraining from commenting in
Japanese authorities are investigating subcontractors on suspicion that they forced workers at the Fukushima nuclear plant to underreport the amount of radiation they were exposed to so they could stay on the job longer. Labor officials said Sunday
The Fukushima Prefecture Health Management Survey reports that over 13,000 of the children examined exhibited swollen cysts or nodules on their thyroids...The children of the effected Prefecture will receive cancer screenings every two years until
Estimate of a Cancer Toll Published: July 18, 2012 A study by researchers at Stanford suggests that additional cancer-related deaths from radioactive materials released in last year's accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant could be as low as 15
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