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Author: How the Mall of America could become 'as toxic and uninhabitable as Chernobyl'

Minnesota Public Radio News
Our deadliest enemies are the ones we can't see — not without a microscope, anyway. That's the message at the heart of Michael Osterholm and Mark Olshaker's new book, "Deadliest Enemy: Our War Against Killer Germs." Osterholm is the former state ...

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Rose of Tralee Maggie McEldowney reveals how volunteering with orphans from Chernobyl broke her heart

The Irish Sun
It's located around 175km from the Chernobyl power plant where the world's worst nuclear disaster occurred 31 years ago this month. Maggie, 28, said visiting the care facility, supported by Adi Roche's Chernobyl Children International, was “a very ...

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Watch: Harrowing tale of young girl left with severe brain injury after surgery went 'radically wrong'

Irish Independent
Nastia was born with a hydrocephalic condition as a result of her mother's exposure to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Nastia underwent a procedure to provide her with a shunt which went “radically wrong” and caused a major brain infection.

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Chernobyl trip 'touched my heart'

The Argus
It was an experience which Louth Rose, Megan Ferguson, said 'has touched my heart forever.' Having just returned from a week volunteering at an asylum in Belarus with the Adi Roche and Chernobyl Children International foundation, the Carlingford native ...

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