08 February, 2012

14,000 Deaths in US Attributed to Fukishima

Deaths directly linked to the  Fukishima disaster have now reached 14,000 in the United States alone.
Deaths of infants in the United States has  increased by 35% in some cities and as much as 68% in others in the United States, according to the  International Journal of Health Services and other medical journals.

Radioactivity reduces the ability to cope with disease for the young, the aged and those who already have health problems.
Your thyroid helps keeps you healthy.  People who do not get enough iodine are especially vulnerable.
 Cities most effected with increased infant mortality  are Boise, Idaho, Salt Lake City,Utah,  Kansas City , Jacksonville Florida, Boston, Mass. and Olympia, Washington.
Philadelphia had a 48% increase in death directly attributed to Fukishima because of heavy rainfall which brought so much radiation with it.

Japan is sinking debris into Tokyo Harbor and well... crazy. Just absolute insanity.
Also the water in the reactors is being dumped and fumes are still occurring from chain reactions and feedback.  Another earthquake would be the start of a horrific scenario.
Deaths in Japan are kept secret but they are significant.

According to Janette Sherman, MD and toxicologist:
"Based on our continuing research, the actual death count here may be as high as 18,000, with influenza and pneumonia, which were up five-fold in the period in question as a cause of death. Deaths are seen across all ages, but we continue to find that infants are hardest hit because their tissues are rapidly multiplying, they have undeveloped immune systems, and the doses of radioisotopes are proportionally greater than for adults."

We are only seeing the start. Over the next 20-25 years we will be seeing increased deaths from fall out.
These particles remain in the body unlike a dental xray that lasts a very small amount of time.

What can you do?  According to some health experts you can add kelp to your diet. It will help remove and/or neutralize the toxic particles that may accumulate in your body.
You can read more about this here.



  1. I had no clue it was this bad.

    1. It is very bad and could get worse. Mainstream news is not reporting it because they feel there is nothing that can be done. There are things that can be done, though not a huge amount.
      The USA learned in the 50's that fallout is pretty darn bad!
      These reports are found in medical journals.