natural gas drilling boom have brought heightened scrutiny to the issues of radioactive exposure
and waste management.
Some experts have questioned whether Arafat could have died of polonium poisoning, pointing to a brief recovery during his illness that they said was not consistent with radioactive exposure
John Goffman, and others were later hired by industry and government to study the possible effects of radioactive exposure
The radioactive exposure
of researchers and other staff members was "very regrettable," he said.
The winds limited radioactive exposure
on land, as more than 80 percent of the fallout fell on the sea.
The report 'seems to suggest a certain safety while omitting the important information that the risk of developing cancer and other radiation-induced diseases increases proportionally to the amount of radioactive exposure
,' Rosen, a pediatrician, said.
Authorities were preparing to distribute iodine to protect people from radioactive exposure
Workers in protective clothing were scanning people arriving at evacuation centres for radioactive exposure
More than 200,000 citizens died in two atomic bombings in the Japanese cities and many people still suffer aftereffects of radioactive exposure
even today 60 years later, Hatoyama said.
But others say that the current system, or lack thereof, leaves Americans at great risk of radioactive exposure
The far-reaching effects of the radioactive exposure
are revealed through interviews with experts and current residents, but perhaps most remarkably is that Zmushko captures the human instinct to survive which fully depends on the ability to hope.
The Advanced Test Reactor, described as a "virtual time machine," can duplicate the impact of years of radioactive exposure
of materials in a commercial nuclear reactor in weeks or months.