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View Resource HazMat Emergency Preparedness Training and Tools for Responders

Any community might be subject to a disaster, whether natural or of human origin. Community responses to these disasters tend to be more efficient and effective when prior planning takes place....

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/hazmat-emergency-preparedness.html
View Resource Immune System and Radiation

An introduction to the possible connections between radiation exposure and effects on the immune system.

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/hanford/docs/orderform.pdf
View Resource Nervous System and Radiation

Describes how the nervous system works, the types of diseases that can afflict the nervous system, the health effects to the nervous system connected with high-dose and low-dose radiation exposure,...

http://psych.umb.edu/faculty/adams/fall2005/The%20Nervous%20...
View Resource Genetic Effects and Birth Defects from Radiation Exposure

Discusses genes, mutations and birth defects, and how radiation can harm a cell. It reviews studies on the effects of parental radiation exposure before pregnancy and the effects of radiation...

http://www.genfir2.org/ibis-birthdefectsorg/start/cache/2006...
View Resource Radiation Fact Sheets

General, introductory, advanced, and technical information on radiation and human health.

http://www.doh.wa.gov/ehp/rp/factsheets/fsdefault.htm
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