Category Archives for Radiation

Cancer mortality and elevation

Cancer mortality, state mean elevations, and other selected predictors. This ecological inquiry compares cancer mortality rates in the U.S. to the predictor of natural background radiation (via land elevation

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Small γ-Ray Doses Prevent Rather than Increase Lung Tumors in Mice.

Small γ-Ray Doses Prevent Rather than Increase Lung Tumors in Mice. We show evidence for low doses of γ rays preventing spontaneous hyperplastic foci and adenomas in the lungs of mice, presumably via

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Evidence supporting radiation hormesis in atomic bomb survivor cancer mortality data

Evidence supporting radiation hormesis in atomic bomb survivor cancer mortality data A recent update on the atomic bomb survivor cancer mortality data has concluded that excess relative risk (ERR) for

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Blue light for infectious diseases

Blue light for infectious diseases: Propionibacterium acnes, Helicobacter pylori, and beyond? Blue light, particularly in the wavelength range of 405-470 nm, has attracted increasing attention due to its

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