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And if you’re a man, you may be interested to know that some miniscule portion of it could be in your testicles.
When the news broke yesterday that a previously unreported type of fallout from Fukushima—radioactive sulfur—had reached the United States in late March, nearly all mainstream media reports made the claim that it poses no threat to the health of Americans.
But none of them explained where the radioactive sulfur went. And if you’re a man, you may be interested to know that some miniscule portion of it could be in your testicles.
Many scientists agree such tiny amounts of radiation pose no risk—except for those scientists who contend that all additional radiation poses additional risk.