The radiation risks from the TSA scanners


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The radiation risks from the TSA scanners.

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  • Kelly Starks

    The article has two interesting points that might stop the TSA scanners.

    First there is a health risk with constantly irradiating passengers. Course TSA isn’t likely to worry about that.

    Second. The TSA agents and getting irradiated constantly during their shift by working around these machines!

    Opps!

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