People in Japan who live 18 plus miles away from the Fukushima nuclear power plants have had more than 3 millisieverts of radiation measured in their urine. According to Nanao Kamada, profesor emeritus of radiation biology at Hiroshima University, ” . . . it will be difficult for the people to continue living in those areas.” This, according to the Japan Times Online.
Moreover, NaturalNews.com states the following:
The fact that researchers have found radioactive urine is not really a surprise in light of everything taking place at Fukushima. In fact, if Americans, and specifically those living in West Coast states, had their urine tested for radiation, they might be surprised to see the results.