After the question of “Can I get an x-ray,” the next most common question I get (which should be the first) regarding x-rays is “Do I need this x-ray?” The answer is not just based on the presence or absence of a medical indication but the medical indication relative to the risk. 639 more words
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Here’s why airline crewmembers are classified as radiation workers http://www.techinsider.io/airplane-flight-cosmic-radiation-exposure-altitude-2015-11 Julia Calderone Nov. 19, 2015
Airline crewmembers have tough jobs. They have to maintain an aircraft’s safety while dealing with grumpy and inattentive passengers — all while keeping smiles on their faces. 696 more words
Grand Heists or Magic Math or Government Math -What difference does it make to HEALTH CARE and TAXPAYERS?
KUDOS TO ALL FRIENDS OF HUMANITY FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT!
Kudos to Anthony Wunsh and friends for tackling such a hot topic on “Government Math.” See allll the comments on his LinkedIn post, and add yours! 1,909 more words
Another conservative article by The Yomiuri Shimbun that nonetheless sheds some light on decontamination workers’ exposure to radiation.
” It will take about 40 years to decommission reactors at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima No. 620 more words