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Earthquake, tsunami and not one but two explosions at the Fukushima Daiishi nuclear power plant. The latest happened about 8pm PST, Sunday night. Company officials say seven people are missing and three people were injured. The good news is, so...
SOUTH BEND -- Since the concern of a nuclear meltdown in Japan, people across the U.S. have started to take steps to keep themselves safe. Many have been buying a drug that limits exposure to radiation and it's been flying off store and pharmacy...
Tags: Social Issues, Physical Conditions, Charity, Japan, Allergies
Al Allen believed the world would end in 1994. It didn't. He was disappointed. This time, he's more certain that Judgment Day will arrive at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 21. "There is so much more information in the Bible since 1994. This thing is a certainty....
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsThe Titanic was called unsinkable. It sank. Deep-sea oil drilling was supposed to be spill-proof. It wasn't. Nuclear power is supposed to be disaster-proof. It isn't. So much for believing the assertions of those who want us to feel risky......
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelTheir earthquake was a disaster and a tragedy, but it didn't add a nuclear meltdown and thus, New Zealand's recovery is underway. And that means it's time to get back down to the business of doing what the Kiwis do best — making movies with hobbits....
wpix.comA new bra on the market promises to do more than just make women look sexy -- it promises to save lives, too. Dr. Elena Bodnar won the Ig Nobel Public Health prize in 2009 for her invention aptly named, the "Emergency Bra." The sexy lingerie "can quickly...
AP Medical WriterWe fret about airport scanners, power lines, cell phones and even microwaves. It's true that we get too much radiation. But it's not from those sources — it's from too many medical tests. Americans get the most medical radiation in the world,...
Tags: Death, Cancer, Medical Services, Medical Research, X-rays
Staff reporterState Health Department officials distributed potassium iodide tablets around Pennsylvania today. The pills were handed out to people who live or work within ten miles of any of the state's five nuclear power plants. Health officials say the tablets...
Content ProducerMarch 28th marks the 31st Anniversary of America's worst commercial nuclear accident at Three Mile Island in Dauphin County. The accident in 1979 caused massive evacuations, and sparked a large scale review of how nuclear power plants are operated. Ever...
KTLA NewsNAGASAKI, Japan -- Two atomic bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 65 years ago this week and the milestone in World History is being observed in Japan and throughout the world. Friday, a crowd of 55,000 gathered along...
(WGN-AM)- A radioactive leak at Exelon's Dresden nuclear power plant has been contained and isn't a risk to public health, authorities said Tuesday. Leaked tritium--a radioactive by-product of nuclear reaction that can cause cancer and birth defects--was...
Sun StaffSpace weather forecasters are watching the development of a large spot on the sun - a region on the solar surface with a potential to hurl dangerous solar particles toward the crews of the shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station. They say...
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