The devastation in Japan touches all of us.
With worsening conditions, an ever rising death toll - now 8,450 plus
nearly 13,000 people missing - and little reliable information, rumour
and panic blur the facts from the fiction.
The resulting fears expressed by many are “Will there really be a
nuclear meltdown even worse than the 1986 Chernobyl disaster? If so, how
do we prepare for it?”
This blog entry offers some perspective based on known facts about
nuclear and radiation concerns, and then offers guidance about the
health and wellbeing consequences.