Japanese Doctor: Children’s health problems increasing — Incurable stomatitis, chest pain, nosebleeds that don’t stop, diarrhea

Published: April 18th, 2012 at 4:43 am ET


Title: Japan: Fukushima Woman Organizes Radiation Information Centers At Church
Source: Eurasia Review
Author: By Hisashi Yukimoto
Date: April 18, 2012

Terumi Kataoka, who lives just 100 kilometers (62 miles) from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is one of thousands of Japanese who frankly don’t believe what governments and scientists are telling them about the health effects of low-dose radiation.

So Kataoka, 50, has set up the Aizu Radiation Information Center at her local United Church of Christ church in Aizuwakamatsu. Because she is especially concerned about the effect of radiation on children, she also heads the Aizu Society to Protect the Lives of Children from Radiation.

“There is no time to lose. We are called to pray and act with our voices of anger to save the lives of the little ones,” Kataoka told ENInews. […]

Tomoyuki Yamazaki, a Japanese doctor and a United Church member in Wakayama Prefecture in western Japan who provides medical counselling at the information center every month, said in an email to ENInews that an increasing number of children he has seen “have nosebleeds that don’t stop, diarrhea, dark circles under their eyes, and incurable stomatitis [an inflammation of the mucous linings in the mouth]. A growing number of children [at the centre] have pains in their chests.” […]

Read the report here

Published: April 18th, 2012 at 4:43 am ET


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32 comments to Japanese Doctor: Children’s health problems increasing — Incurable stomatitis, chest pain, nosebleeds that don’t stop, diarrhea

  • arclight arclight

    pray for japan

    great video i got given.. dont know its source! not particularly religious but the video had me in tears.. not a usual occourance.. the song is powerful! the slides awesome! had to share this..


  • Gotham

    Prayer will not help.

    Consciousness will.

    Get The Hell Out Of There!

    Leave the country.

    • kintaman kintaman

      Agreed 100%. Prayer is for fools who do not want to take responsibility for themselves.

      The criminals who deceived the people need to be put on site at Fukushima Daiichi to do manual labor until complete.

      • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

        Actually, prayer does have an effect. It accesses grace, which can make a difference.

        Prayer can and does access hope, faith and positive focus on life. Together with surrender to a Higher Power, it can have a huge impact and create a solution. Prayer can access miracles.

        Prayer by itself is not enough. One then has to take action. Together, prayer and actions (that beneficial to seven future generations) are much more powerful than either one by itself.

      • dharmasyd dharmasyd

        Goth, Kint, et al: Prayer is not to "magically" accomplish something external. Prayer, to me, is to atune my mind to a positive, helpful direction so that I may better help bring about the hoped for result.

  • Bleifrei Bleifrei

    a country with no future

    child sick. sick animals, contaminated food ..
    and every day are suffering more …. The radiation increases!
    steep mountain from which goes away
    every day a little more
    and almost all look the other way (except local)
    anger and rage to grow on this location!
    and (Jpgov.) + Tep.) play. continue their play of death!
    they are worse than the NAZIS
    I often wonder how they can be blinded only as
    They put their whole country paralyzed, in 3-4 years, more than 50% of being sick and a part of it fatally ill

    It breaks my heart
    to see how they make it worse and worse day by day
    and they all( TEp. JpGov. and trolls) preach is in proper in this way

  • arclight arclight

    in tears again! 🙁

    15-Year-Old Kokoro Fujinami's Speech & Song at Anti-Nuke Rally in Tokyo (Feb/11/2012)

    This video is a speech by Miss Kokoro Fujinami at an anti-nuke rally at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo on February 11, 2012, where approximately 12,000 people participated.

    Kokoro Fujinami, 15 years old, is a Japanese singer, TV personality and an author, who has been active in anti-nuclear movement since 3.11. For some of her personal accounts after the earthquake/tsunami disaster and the nuclear accident, please go to: http://youtu.be/IRra9bqolO8

    The song she sings at the end of her speech is called "Furusato" meaning "Home," a beloved song in Japan. Since 3.11, it takes on a special meaning for the Japanese all around the world: for those living abroad and cannot come back home… for those whose hometowns were shattered by tsunami… for those who have lost their loved ones through the disaster… for those who are forced to live away from home because of radiation. And for those of us in Japan who fortunately escaped such tragedies, this song is a reminder of the fact that the landscapes which look the same as before are actually not the same anymore.


    "Furusato" sung by a chorus, with the English subtitles and some beautiful Japanese scenery is here: http://youtu.be/46bSt1wpOws

    • arclight arclight

      "…..what is true happiness and true wealth?…."

    • "…the landscapes which look the same as before are actually not the same anymore." – arclight (well said!)

      🙂 'True Happiness', in my opinion, is clean air, water, and soil. Above all else! These are the basic necessities for all life as we know it. Fukushima and all Nuclear Power Plants combined have without a doubt irreversibly damaged our most precious resources.

      🙁 The time of 'the suffering' has begun, it's been going on for awhile. Survival will depend on the ability to adapt and cope with tremendous stresses we have placed upon ourselves and this planet.

  • "We begged and pleaded for you to protect your Children !"

    "We offered our homes to your children and people !"

    "You and your nation will fall on the sword of your mistakes and neglect to right them !!"

  • Radiation Effects on Women, Pregancy, Children and Other Living Things

    Many other studies on radiation and the effects on humans, undeniable …

  • Eric

    @ Agreenroad,etc.
    Not being comfortable with this form of communication, i've mostly only listened since 3/14/11. Yet i am compelled to convey to all you steadfast enenewsers the below address. Just came out, and needs to be spread.
    Its obvious that we're gonna be swimming in this mess-hell, we already are. And AGR's correct about the Carrington event's effects on all the nukes,when it occurs. So we need to really start being proactive about our personal preparations.I've been concentrating on studying nutritional approaches to prophylactic response that we can feasibly accomplish, and here's a good place for folks to start. The whole site is invaluable, but this paper is in context to Fuku specifically


    • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

      Great resource…

      Natural health modalities are the sustainable answer. Vitamins are ONE of many natural health modalities that work to actually prevent and reverse dis-eases.

      Modern medicine for the most part, is throwing natural health modalities under the bus, in favor of drugs, radiation and surgery; all high cost and high profit by the way.

    • StillJill StillJill

      Eric,…My thanks to you for pushing your comfort zone to speak up!
      This is a GREAT reminder! This simple to digest 'piece', has changed my routine for the day,…for the better!

      Thanks friend! Please share more when you have time! 🙂

    • fireguyjeff fireguyjeff

      Excellent presentation Eric!
      Thanks for finding/posting this one.
      I was not aware that Vit C had such profound benefits with
      regard to radiation exposure.
      They obviously did their home work on this one.

    • What-About-The-Kids

      Thank you; Eric! This information about the health benefits of Vitamin C as discovered by Linus Pauling's work brought back memories of my father, who after learning he had colon cancer, had discovered Linus Pauling's work and read many of his books (in the 70's). I was just a kid, but remember distinctly my parents taking an interest in his work.

      The report in the link you provided offers some hope and proactive ways we can all boost our body's immune system. Thank you and Namaste!

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      TY, Eric. When I was dying of cancer in 1989, I took a heaping tbsp. of Ester C every day, equivalent of about 80,000 grams of vitamin C. I can't afford it right now, but I will start again I hope soon.

  • StillJill StillJill

    There's a vit C cancer therapy I was doing in Jan/Feb,…..that I will pull up and post on the mediation thread. There's a homogenizing machine to buy,….a jewelry cleaner machine actually, involved. Raw absorbic acid, lecethins, or crap my internal speller must be 'shut-off.'

    This is VERY good info,….Thank you Eric. Will run with it!!!!

    Bless you friend! 🙂

  • Eric

    AGreenRoad-I think you nailed it-vitamins are ONE of many aproaches we need to adopt. Ultimately, in addition to Fukushima, there are a number of existing environmental and supply disasters we'll be dealing with in the near future and if the Carrington does occur, we need to understand that we will be needing to maintain whatever level of health we can eclusivly thru the foods that we eat. Vitamins require a power grid to manufacture, so while they are available,that approach is clear. The trick is going to be pruposely enhanceing as much of our immediatly available food as we can so as to increase the number of nutriants in, and available thru,each item we choose to eat. Example;brown rice is accepted as nutricious,yet we know that the cooking killed the enzymes. But if we then ferment the rice/water mix, we end up with a living food. Add flavoring.

  • Eric

    Oh, forgot to mention it, but i'm in the Pacific Northwest. More specifically, the rain shadow. Off grid,growing organic in and out of greenhouse, trying to accept that there simply isn't going to be enough food grown here for the neighborhood if i don't plant outside. And sadly accepting the realization that if i remain healthy while those around me don't, i may live to bury everyone i know… Now, its time to go play in the greenhouse and realize that thise is the best day of my life. Its gotta be- its the only one i've got.

  • StillJill StillJill

    Yes Eric,…..I have come to the very same conclusions,….have had to allow some outdoor crops! The greenhouse simply isn't going to be ENOUGH!

    To rain on your parade a bit,…take your 'future scoping' one step further. Your 'neighbors' are hungry,….and you are the only one with food,…and you're getting low too. How are you going to protect your food and yourself?
    Is, 'opening yourself up to feeding the NON-preppers', a good idea? Morally? Physically?

    I have no answers, only questions. Ask your Creator, whomever, whatever, you think that to be. "To Thine own self be true", eh?

    Cheers! 🙂

  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Lots of reasons to close all reactors and empty all spent fuel pools NOW

    Atucha Nuclear Reactor Taken Over By Terrorists; via A Green Road Blog

    Fukushima Reactor 4; Global Life Extinction Event If It Collapses; via A Green Road Blog

    12 reasons why all nuclear power plants must be shut down; via A Green Road Blog http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/03/12-reasons-why-all-nuclear-power-plants.html

    Super Solar Storm To Hit Earth In 2013 'Carrington Effect'; Year Long Power Outage? via A Green Road Blog http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/03/super-solar-storm-predicted-to-hit-2013.html

  • Eric

    StillJill-Thanks for the response, and you're right, it is a rain on a parade that needs to be addressed.I've concluded that if my neighbors are hungry, i'm not protected. It may seem trite, but i don't want to survive at the expense of my ill prepared neighbors. I do not want to be the last one standing. I want to make it long enough to ensure myself that i have done all i personally can, to help our babies learn what i think will help them continue. I have truly enjoyed being on this planet just now these last 48 years, but i don't think i can enjoy being here without having a lot of compassion for all of the totally friggin' asleep people with whom i'm surrounded. I think that if our babies are to continue, all of us need to do what we can toward that aim. And i'm not skilled in turning off a nuklear bomb(i always liked how GW said it),but i can plant more seeds than my household can eat, and i can learn some of the skills that our grandparents had, like lacto-fermentation, which preserves food while keeping it alive. And i think we need to learn how to get a whole lot more out of a whole lot fewer calories. And that's where the creative nutrition comes in…

    • StillJill StillJill

      Here, here Eric! I am not the boss of my space,…or food. Roomie wants to shoot folks,…I want to feed folks. I am not at odds with my heart or soul,…just my shared space! 🙁

      I want to die FREE. I'd rather die out on, 'the road'!

  • Eric

    Anne- i've found that ascorbic acid can be had online for $8.50 a pound. Be well

    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

      TY, Eric. I love planting plants because I am looking forward to seeing them grow in the years to come. This gives me peace. And I praise and am grateful to God for the earth on which to grow the plants.