Archive | January, 2012

Philadelphia News Video: Is Iodine-131 Killing Babies?

Is Iodine -131 killing babies in Philadelphia? Infant deaths up 48% since reactor 3 explosion in Japan.

Fox News in Philadelphia interviews Joseph Mangano about the possibility that nuclear fallout from Japan may be affecting the health of infants in the US.

Click here for video

Read full storyComments { 0 }

Link to Green Power and Wellness Show

Dr. Sherman and Joseph Mangano interviewed by Harvey Wasserman January 17, 2012.

Click here for podcast

Read full storyComments { 0 }

Listen to “Nuclear Hotseat” podcasts hosted by Libbe HaLevy

Nuclear news from an anti-nuclear activist perspective, including holistic healing tips and protection from radiation, interviews w/leading activists, and how you can help stop the nuclear madness. Nuclear Hotseat is produced and hosted by 3 Mile Island survivor Libbe HaLevy.

Click here for iTunes podcasts

Read full storyComments { 0 }

Tuesday Jan 17—Dr Sherman talks with Harvey Wasserman on web radio show

On Tuesday January 17th from 2–3 pm EST,  Dr. Janette Sherman and Joseph Mangano will discuss their new report questioning increased mortality rates as a result of Fukushima fallout, the Chernobyl report, and the history of the debate about radiation and health with Harvey Wasserman, host of the Green Power & Wellness Show on

Harvey Wasserman brings to the air his half-century of joyous activism on issues ranging from peace, civil rights and human liberties to No Nukes, election protection, people’s history, ending the drug war and much more. Harvey has served as senior advisor to Greenpeace USA and he helped organize the 1979 No Nukes concerts in Madison Square Garden, and spoke at the MUSE2 concert in Silicon Valley in 2011. He edits the website.

Learn more about Mr. Wasserman at

Read full storyComments { 0 }

Lynn Ehrle promotes “Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment”

Lynn Ehrle, of the International Science Oversight Board of the Organic Consumers Association, was the kickoff speaker at the International Roundtable on “Nuclear Threats to the Great Lakes and Transition to Clean Safe Energy” on May 14, 2011, in Dearborn, Michigan. He focused on the human health risks of exposure to so-called “low dose” ionizing radiation, such as what blanketed the entire Northern Hemisphere (including North America) in the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe. The book distills thousands of Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarussian scientific studies on the health and ecological impacts of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe. One of the book’s findings: as many as 985,000 people may have died from their exposure to Chernobyl’s radioactive fallout, just between the years 1986 to 2004. View his presentation here.

Read full storyComments { 0 }