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Anti-nuclear protest

EU 'ignoring safety risks' in financing of nuclear expansion in Ukraine

Tom Levitt

17th March, 2011

As Japan's Fukushima disaster unfolds, the EU is financing a controversial nuclear expansion programme in Ukraine to increase exports to energy-hungry consumers in western Europe. Tom Levitt reports more...
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Fukushima crisis raises fresh concerns over UK nuclear energy expansion

Kate Hudson

14th March, 2011

The UK should suspend its plans to build new nuclear power stations after the leak of radioactive material from the Fukushima plant in Japan, says Kate Hudson from the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)

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Brain scan

Radiation: are we putting our health at risk with increased CT scans?

Eifion Rees

10th March, 2011

Tesco provoked an outcry by offering Clubcard members the opportunity to redeem points for a CT scan. Now, increasing numbers of scans in NHS and private hospitals are causing concerns that we are over-exposing ourselves to radiation more...
A study on a variety of GM maize found it may have negative effects on stream life

Public needs to be 'educated' into accepting GM

Ecologist

23rd September, 2009

Companies should counter organic groups' criticisms of food technologies to convince consumers to accept biotechnology and irradiation, says US study more...
Child with mobile phone

Mobile phone safe radiation guide published

Ecologist

16th September, 2009

US agency publishes radiation ranking for top brands including Motorola, Blackberry and Apple iPhone more...
Child with mobile phone

Mobile phones and health: what do we know?

Yanar Alkayat

21st July, 2009

In a matter of months, an Irish mobile network will launch 'Firefly' - the mobile phone for kids. With even official Government advice against such a move, Yanar Alkayat takes a timely look at what we know for certain about mobile phones and health more...
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Mobile phone study covered up

News

18th April, 2007

A study which directly linked the radiation from mobile phone transmitter masts with an increased risk of developing cancer was covered up by operator T-Mobile, a scientist has claimed. more...
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Mobile phones could lead to bee decline

News

16th April, 2007

Radiation from mobile phones might be contributing to the world-wide loss of bee colonies, a new study has shown. more...
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Revolt

Jay Griffiths

1st October, 2004

Costing £2.9 billion, the UK’s new police communication system Tetra has been described by one independent scientist as likely to cause ‘more civilian deaths than all the world’s terrorist organisations put together’ more...
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Killing Fields - Electromagnetic Radiation

Arthur Firstenberg

1st June, 2004

An invisible electrosmog engulfs us, destroying the health of many who do not even know why they have fallen ill. Why is no one listening to the mass of evidence telling us we are frying our brains? more...

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