Almost 500 millisieverts of radiation for some in corridor NW of Fukushima meltdowns — Around 50/50 chance of cancer, says nuclear engineer

Paper: Japan raising radiation limit to 20 millisieverts/year leads to 160,000 lifetime cancers per million people

Dr. Kodama: Tokyo radiation “continuously high” since raining on March 21

Radiation increased to .2 microsieverts/hour

Doctor near Tokyo attributes symptoms to radiation exposure: We have begun to see increased nosebleeds, stubborn cases of diarrhea, and flu-like symptoms in children

Governor “very concerned” about radioactivity found in shoreline water sample

New Scientist: Japan’s radioactive children will be fine, thyroid glands only emitting 35 millisieverts — Anything under 100 millisieverts not dangerous

There have been 15 deaths from thyroid cancer attributable to Chernobyl so far, but Thomas says there probably won’t be a single death in Japan

Radioactive fish found in Connecticut River — State officials trying to determine source of Strontium-90

“I am shaking with anger” says head of University of Tokyo’s Radioisotope Center before testimony about internal radiation (VIDEO)

Nuclear plant workers developed cancer despite radiation exposure below legal limit — As little as 5 millisieverts

Bloomberg: “Everyone is being bitten by invisible snakes that will eventually kill them” says professor visiting Fukushima

Iodine-131 also found in Philadelphia-area sewage plants; Sludge set off radiation detectors at landfills — Experts skeptical it’s from cancer patients’ urine

45% of kids in Fukushima survey had thyroid exposure to radiation — Up to 50 millisieverts per year equivalent for 1-year-old Is Los Alamos Lab really safe from wildfire? — Additional plutonium problems?

Kyodo: Strontium detected in groundwater — Says 240 times max limit was actually found in seawater

Prime Minister’s former adviser: Gov’t worsened radiation exposure — Says thyroid cancer expected in children from Fukushima and nearby prefectures

IAEA is mandated to “accelerate and enlarge the contribution of atomic energy” — “Like expecting a tobacco company to prevent lung cancer”

“IAEA today admitted there is no such thing as ‘safe’ levels of radiation” — Allowable radiation standard based on ‘benefit’, not safety

Child’s risk of cancer from radiation is 10-100 times higher than an adult who had same exposure (VIDEO)

Radioactive Strontium Found in Hawaii Milk

Disinformation by nuclear proponents tries to confuse public about effects of external and internal radiation

Fairewinds: US news outlets said there’s “no threat to health” from Fukushima… The opposite of what all the studies say about radiation and cancer (VIDEO)

Renowned nuclear policy expert: “Every amount of radiation exposure increases your risk of cancer… There is no safe level of radiation”