Kathryn Higley

Oregon State University

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Professor and Department Head of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics at Oregon State University

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Since long before the Fukushima nuclear-plant disaster, doctors and others have been alarmed by Americans' increased exposure to radiation.

Medical Radiation: Are Americans Getting Too Much of a Good Thing?

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Since word of the Japanese nuclear crisis broke Friday night, pharmacies have been besieged by customers worried about exposure to radiation that can cause thyroid cancer.

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