Tag Archives: Hormesis

A little radiation is good for you

(March 25, 2011) Nevada newspaper comments on Energy Probe executive director Lawrence Solomon’s recent article on the health effects of low level radiation. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Japan’s radioactive fallout could have silver lining

(March 21, 2011) Energy Probe executive director Lawrence Solomon argues that while massive doses or radiation kill, low level radiation can actually be beneficial. Continue reading

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All Eyes on Port Hope

(Nov. 21, 2010) In a recent essay, CBC Sunday Edition host Michael Enright talks about Energy Probe’s belief that the radiation fears dogging residents of Port Hope are unfounded. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Port Hope — a hot spot that may be cool

(Nov. 13, 2010) Nuclear workers in Port Hope contract fewer cancers. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: The scan that cures

(Nov. 06, 2010) CT scans may not just detect ­cancer, they may actually prevent it. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Radiation’s benefits

(Sept. 25) Will a gamma ray a day keep the doctor away? A new book says low-level radiation may prevent cancer. Continue reading

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