11 Apr 2014, 16:52
It only prevents toyrhid cancer. And the risk from taking the potassium iodide is greater than the risk of cancer from exposure to radioactive iodine in people over the age of forty.Thyroid cancer is relatively harmless. Ironically enough, it's actually treated with radioactive iodine.Taking KI will not protect you from cancer caused by other radioactive isotopes.
12 Apr 2014, 10:17
Think I like her to, how dare she speak the plain truth!? Sorry (ok not really) just not used to it ( truth )<a href="http://fjmcofvjsul.com"> anyomre</a>. Stopped watching TV long ago. We are all so fixated on Hollwood, the latest ipod, or not missing our favorite show on cable.Friends show me they're latest phone, me, I'm thinking, wow need to get back into gardening, raising rabbits, chickens, time to water the fruit trees by the way . How do we remind everybody whats really important? It's difficult. Maybe let them eat an ipod for dinner, shut off they're power for a week to remind them whats real? During times like these, everybody seems to pay attention again, but only for a day or two, then back to our favorite show. Look at this devastated nation, standing together. I've started watching they're eyes behind all the masks, they tell you everything, exhaustion is setting in, I wonder if I will still be able to watch, when I begin to see the realization of the horror they face. Will you? Going to be a rough weekend coming up. And were here, just glad it's Friday.VA:F [1.9.21_1169](from 0 votes)
13 Apr 2014, 20:01
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