How to Reduce Effects of Radiation Exposure (Part II)

The nuclear disaster in Japan continues to unfold, and as of April 26 2011, the highest levels of radiation yet measured were recorded at Fukushima and there is still no end in sight. Levels of radioactive isotopes continue to rise in milk samples and have been detected in a growing variety of crops on the West Coast. Unfortunately, no testing is being done on the Northcoast with the exception of an EPA RAD-Net air monitoring station in Eureka and local seaweed testing undertaken by the Yurok Tribe with preliminary results indicating very low to non-detectable amounts of radioactive isotopes. Read More →