Toxic Elements Reported In United States – May 2011
(Lucas Whitefiel) Nuclear or ionizing radiation (even in low levels) can affect your body in a number of different ways, and the adverse health effects of extreme radiation exposure may not be apparent for many years. These effects can range from mild results, such as skin color change, to permanent genetic alterations. Many of the isotopes we are tracking are also known carcinogens, known to cause cancer in humans and animals. The results that are experienced due to radiation exposure will entirely depend on the amount of radiation the body absorbs (the dose), the type of radiation exposed to, the route of exposure (the susceptibility of the tissue), and the length of time over which exposed.
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