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I convinced Benedict Cumberbatch that he had to wear special cream when we worked in this facility on the movie otherwise he'd get radiation poisoning.
British authorities are now investigating the death of Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian spy killed in London by radiation poisoning in 2006.
The handful of human cases, as well as animal studies, suggest symptoms similar to other forms of radiation poisoning - vomiting, diarrhea, hair loss, a low white blood cell count.
Japan's atomic crisis has caused public concern in China, sparking earlier panic-buying of salt nationwide as consumers mistakenly believed that the iodine it contained could protect against radiation poisoning.
Greenpeace said Friday it had detected dangerously high levels of radioactivity near a New Delhi salvage yard where radiation poisoning last month killed a worker and left seven more in hospital.
ANOTHER person was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS) on Monday afternoon, taking the number of patients suffering from suspected radiation poisoning to seven.
But as much as they want to go back to their necklace of coral islands in the Western Pacific, the Rongelap people say the risk of radiation poisoning means it is not yet safe to do so.
For Las Vegas, it could be the loss of water from Lake Mead or a severe earthquake that exposes the ground water to radiation poisoning.