Health Risks to U.S. From Japanese Nuclear Crisis Seen as Low

The world watches anxiously as Japanese authorities try to prevent meltdowns at two nuclear power stations rocked by last week's earthquake and tsunami; many in the U.S. are asking whether they may be in danger. MedPage Today took a look at the risks that radiation leaks from the Japanese plants may pose to the U.S., whether plants here may be vulnerable to natural disasters, and what our level of medical preparedness is. The general consensus among our sources: The risk is low. Read this...Full Story
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