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Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism

 
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Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
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NaturalNews) New peer-reviewed research published in the Open Journal of Pediatrics raises fresh concerns about the health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster on American children and babies. As has long been suspected by those with an understanding of the widespread reach of radioactive fallout from Fukushima, newborns living in California, Hawaii, Washington, and other West Coast states appear to have been directly affected by Fukushima fallout in a serious way, which is reflected by the disproportionate rate of hypothyroidism observed amongst this demographic.

Conducted by a duo of scientists from the Radiation and Public Health Project, a non-profit education and scientific organization that seeks to understand the relationship between nuclear radiation exposure and public health, the research evaluated average rates of hypothyroidism both before and after the Fukushima disaster. In their findings, Joseph J. Mangano and Janette D. Sherman reported that, compared to one year earlier, babies born between one week and 16 weeks after the nuclear meltdowns in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism.

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Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]

Finally, 'peer reviewed' papers, and a concerted Cocrain review underway

wonder when everyone is going to jump up and down.......

*crickets.....

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Re: Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
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NaturalNews) New peer-reviewed research published in the Open Journal of Pediatrics raises fresh concerns about the health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster on American children and babies. As has long been suspected by those with an understanding of the widespread reach of radioactive fallout from Fukushima, newborns living in California, Hawaii, Washington, and other West Coast states appear to have been directly affected by Fukushima fallout in a serious way, which is reflected by the disproportionate rate of hypothyroidism observed amongst this demographic.

Conducted by a duo of scientists from the Radiation and Public Health Project, a non-profit education and scientific organization that seeks to understand the relationship between nuclear radiation exposure and public health, the research evaluated average rates of hypothyroidism both before and after the Fukushima disaster. In their findings, Joseph J. Mangano and Janette D. Sherman reported that, compared to one year earlier, babies born between one week and 16 weeks after the nuclear meltdowns in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism.

[end snip]

Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]

Finally, 'peer reviewed' papers, and a concerted Cocrain review underway

wonder when everyone is going to jump up and down.......

*crickets.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


So important and scary.
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I have family on the West coast. They wont listen. I was posted in West Germany when Chernobyl blew. I'm hypothyroid and I know what it can do.

Not good.
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Re: Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
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NaturalNews) New peer-reviewed research published in the Open Journal of Pediatrics raises fresh concerns about the health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster on American children and babies. As has long been suspected by those with an understanding of the widespread reach of radioactive fallout from Fukushima, newborns living in California, Hawaii, Washington, and other West Coast states appear to have been directly affected by Fukushima fallout in a serious way, which is reflected by the disproportionate rate of hypothyroidism observed amongst this demographic.

Conducted by a duo of scientists from the Radiation and Public Health Project, a non-profit education and scientific organization that seeks to understand the relationship between nuclear radiation exposure and public health, the research evaluated average rates of hypothyroidism both before and after the Fukushima disaster. In their findings, Joseph J. Mangano and Janette D. Sherman reported that, compared to one year earlier, babies born between one week and 16 weeks after the nuclear meltdowns in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism.

[end snip]

Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]

Finally, 'peer reviewed' papers, and a concerted Cocrain review underway

wonder when everyone is going to jump up and down.......

*crickets.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I have a couple of questions:

1. I live on the West Coast and own a small geiger counter. During the weeks immediately following FU shima, I saw the reading go from 0.07 microSieverts/hour to 0.17 microSieverts/hour, and I'd say that lasted maybe a month or two.

2. Iodine decomposes very quickly.

3. As summer arrived, the readings were low but meanwhile we heard about rainstorms and tornados hitting the midwest U.S.

4. You see, CA is a very dry climate from April through October every year. Therefore we were not in a position to get much radiation (it precipitates out of the atmosphere/jetstream) with rain.

For all these reasons, I wonder why so much attention is given to the West Coast when, in fact, St. Louis probably got a lot more of FU's fallout than we did.

Thoughts?
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Re: Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
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NaturalNews) New peer-reviewed research published in the Open Journal of Pediatrics raises fresh concerns about the health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster on American children and babies. As has long been suspected by those with an understanding of the widespread reach of radioactive fallout from Fukushima, newborns living in California, Hawaii, Washington, and other West Coast states appear to have been directly affected by Fukushima fallout in a serious way, which is reflected by the disproportionate rate of hypothyroidism observed amongst this demographic.

Conducted by a duo of scientists from the Radiation and Public Health Project, a non-profit education and scientific organization that seeks to understand the relationship between nuclear radiation exposure and public health, the research evaluated average rates of hypothyroidism both before and after the Fukushima disaster. In their findings, Joseph J. Mangano and Janette D. Sherman reported that, compared to one year earlier, babies born between one week and 16 weeks after the nuclear meltdowns in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism.

[end snip]

Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]

Finally, 'peer reviewed' papers, and a concerted Cocrain review underway

wonder when everyone is going to jump up and down.......

*crickets.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I have a couple of questions:

1. I live on the West Coast and own a small geiger counter. During the weeks immediately following FU shima, I saw the reading go from 0.07 microSieverts/hour to 0.17 microSieverts/hour, and I'd say that lasted maybe a month or two.

2. Iodine decomposes very quickly.

3. As summer arrived, the readings were low but meanwhile we heard about rainstorms and tornados hitting the midwest U.S.

4. You see, CA is a very dry climate from April through October every year. Therefore we were not in a position to get much radiation (it precipitates out of the atmosphere/jetstream) with rain.

For all these reasons, I wonder why so much attention is given to the West Coast when, in fact, St. Louis probably got a lot more of FU's fallout than we did.

Thoughts?
 Quoting: berniemom2012


thanks for that...

the radio-mass (coining an entirely new term)is circling the globe every 40 days, as shown in data spikes.... rain, weather will all lead to the hot-spots...

given the knowledge that it emits (fuku) billions of becquerels per hour 24/7/365... it's not looking all that peachy.....
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Re: Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
I'm pretty sure that the situation at this point is completely screwed. We should have never allowed Japan to try and handle their own problems. Emergency teams should have been deployed to deal with it and held the Japanese at gunpoint while the world fixed the problem.

Question is, what are we doing about it now and how will we come up with effective means of neutralizing radioactive particles.
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I'm pretty sure that the situation at this point is completely screwed. We should have never allowed Japan to try and handle their own problems. Emergency teams should have been deployed to deal with it and held the Japanese at gunpoint while the world fixed the problem.

Question is, what are we doing about it now and how will we come up with effective means of neutralizing radioactive particles.
 Quoting: StarPath


their doing their best, seems like they have neutralized the news to start with..... ;)

i think they'll work on radiation next .. god forbid it left the reactor cores... hit the water table... and leaked into the ocean... oh, wait.....
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Re: Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
Thanks again for your info! I find hope in your posts.

I have to say to anybody interested that Hypothyroidism is a shitty disease. It hit me like a ton of bricks! No slow onset here (as experienced by most)! I was diagnosed about a year ago and after blood tests almost monthly, my TSH still pegs at 72! Anything over a 10 is considered high.

Crazy when I think that I was the guy "warning" everybody I knew personally about the eminent severity and danger of this event. Guess I should have heeded my own warnings and dosed up on my iodide tabs!

The professionals even suggest that it "may" be related to this event.
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Re: Evidence in: 2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
[snip]
[snip]

NaturalNews) New peer-reviewed research published in the Open Journal of Pediatrics raises fresh concerns about the health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster on American children and babies. As has long been suspected by those with an understanding of the widespread reach of radioactive fallout from Fukushima, newborns living in California, Hawaii, Washington, and other West Coast states appear to have been directly affected by Fukushima fallout in a serious way, which is reflected by the disproportionate rate of hypothyroidism observed amongst this demographic.

Conducted by a duo of scientists from the Radiation and Public Health Project, a non-profit education and scientific organization that seeks to understand the relationship between nuclear radiation exposure and public health, the research evaluated average rates of hypothyroidism both before and after the Fukushima disaster. In their findings, Joseph J. Mangano and Janette D. Sherman reported that, compared to one year earlier, babies born between one week and 16 weeks after the nuclear meltdowns in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism.

[end snip]

Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]

Finally, 'peer reviewed' papers, and a concerted Cocrain review underway

wonder when everyone is going to jump up and down.......

*crickets.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I have a couple of questions:

1. I live on the West Coast and own a small geiger counter. During the weeks immediately following FU shima, I saw the reading go from 0.07 microSieverts/hour to 0.17 microSieverts/hour, and I'd say that lasted maybe a month or two.

2. Iodine decomposes very quickly.

3. As summer arrived, the readings were low but meanwhile we heard about rainstorms and tornados hitting the midwest U.S.

4. You see, CA is a very dry climate from April through October every year. Therefore we were not in a position to get much radiation (it precipitates out of the atmosphere/jetstream) with rain.

For all these reasons, I wonder why so much attention is given to the West Coast when, in fact, St. Louis probably got a lot more of FU's fallout than we did.

Thoughts?
 Quoting: berniemom2012


2,110 percent increase in iodine-131 on US West Coast following Fukushima linked to hypothyroidism
[snip]
[snip]

NaturalNews) New peer-reviewed research published in the Open Journal of Pediatrics raises fresh concerns about the health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster on American children and babies. As has long been suspected by those with an understanding of the widespread reach of radioactive fallout from Fukushima, newborns living in California, Hawaii, Washington, and other West Coast states appear to have been directly affected by Fukushima fallout in a serious way, which is reflected by the disproportionate rate of hypothyroidism observed amongst this demographic.

Conducted by a duo of scientists from the Radiation and Public Health Project, a non-profit education and scientific organization that seeks to understand the relationship between nuclear radiation exposure and public health, the research evaluated average rates of hypothyroidism both before and after the Fukushima disaster. In their findings, Joseph J. Mangano and Janette D. Sherman reported that, compared to one year earlier, babies born between one week and 16 weeks after the nuclear meltdowns in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington were 28 percent more likely to suffer from congenital hypothyroidism.

[end snip]

Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]

Finally, 'peer reviewed' papers, and a concerted Cocrain review underway

wonder when everyone is going to jump up and down.......

*crickets.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


I have a couple of questions:

1. I live on the West Coast and own a small geiger counter. During the weeks immediately following FU shima, I saw the reading go from 0.07 microSieverts/hour to 0.17 microSieverts/hour, and I'd say that lasted maybe a month or two.

2. Iodine decomposes very quickly.

3. As summer arrived, the readings were low but meanwhile we heard about rainstorms and tornados hitting the midwest U.S.

4. You see, CA is a very dry climate from April through October every year. Therefore we were not in a position to get much radiation (it precipitates out of the atmosphere/jetstream) with rain.

For all these reasons, I wonder why so much attention is given to the West Coast when, in fact, St. Louis probably got a lot more of FU's fallout than we did.

Thoughts?
 Quoting: berniemom2012


All the tards back east have penis envy of Californians....so the make up shit to make themselves feel better.
Damn hicks need something to do between the first week the month after their food stamps run out....and the 3 weeks in between...

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