Japan's Nuclear Crisis Stabilizes, But Some Foods Contaminated

Japanese officials today said that radiation from the country's stricken nuclear complex have contaminated the food supply, causing radiation levels in spinach and milk from local farms to exceeded government safety limits. Meanwhile iodine has been detected in the water supply in Tokyo and other areas, though experts have said that it is not at levels that will pose health risks to the public. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said the contaminated foods "pose no immediate health risk."...Full Story
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