Uranium mining has dramatically increased the rates of cardiovascular and metabolic disease among those living close to the mines

(Natural News) All of the uranium mines in New Mexico have remained dormant since the last one shut down in 1998. But their long-term health effects are still being felt by the people of Navajo Nation, who are plagued by a high rate of cardiovascular and metabolic disorders attributed to living near the mining sites. Researchers at New…

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