The announced arrival of former Japanese sea water off the west coast of the U.S. is prompting all kinds of stories across the news media of implications for human health. As usual irrational fear has gripped the throats and faint of heart who are more likely to be more harmed by their fear and trembling than if they dove into the water and took a gulp. The water, now off western Canada, has a slightly raised radioactivity level since it contains trace amounts of contamination from the failed Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Sendai, Japan. But the amounts don’t amount to any higher risk to human health than walking around with bright sunshine on your skin, according to health experts.
Cool, calm and collected storoes, based on SCIENCE, not BLIND FEAR, is in the Christian Science Monitor and other reputable publications. Click here.
And The San Francisco Chronicle, Click here.
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