Barbara H. Peterson on January 20th, 2014

Plume of airborne radioactive iodine arrival in the US correlates with increased rates of congenital hypothyroidism among the new born.

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Barbara H. Peterson on November 15th, 2013

This article is not about the devastation at Fukushima, instead, this article focuses on the fact that North America could have a total of 124 Fukushima events if the necessary conditions were present.

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Barbara H. Peterson on June 25th, 2012

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Peter Saunders Institute of Science in Society “We lost Japan,” said Rie Inomata, who works as an interpreter [1]. “I feel guilty and sorry for the children. They did not choose nuclear power plants, they did not choose to be born; but it is them that have to suffer in […]

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Barbara H. Peterson on June 7th, 2012

A group of doctors and scientists risked their lives and careers to help children living in the most contaminated areas of the Chernobyl fallout and discovered a simple treatment that clears the radionuclides from their bodies, offering hope for future generations of Chernobyl and Fukushima victims.

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People have been misinformed about the tragedy at Fukushima and its consequences. There is a continuing cover up, the reactors have not been stabilized, and radiation continues to be released. The Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy (JCIT) has recently released a video for people wishing to learn more about how to protect themselves from contamination by taking large doses of vitamin C.

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Barbara H. Peterson on April 25th, 2012

Investigators detailing vegetation mutations possibly from Fukushima.

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