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Tuesday
Dec062016

New Beyond Nuclear palm card explains radiation risks to women and children

Every nuclear power plant routinely releases radioactive contaminants — gases, liquids and particles — during its daily operation and during refueling. It does not take an accident. Exposure to these releases is dangerous to human health, and especially during childhood and pregnancy. Many who live close to nuclear power plants -- especially women and children -- are under-informed or unaware of the risks these nuclear power plants pose to their health. Our new Beyond Nuclear Palm Card (also available in Fact Sheet format) is designed to help activists and others inform our most vulnerable. We encourage you to print and distribute them widely.