April 05, 2011

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PRESS RELEASE: Title: How To Survive Nuclear Radiation: link: RadiationSurvivor.com
April 5, 2011
Dan Youra dan@youra.com
Youra Media, Port Hadlock, WA 98339

How To Survive Nuclear Radiation

Dan Youra has a track record of helping people survive threatening gases in the environment. In April 2010 this northwest author created a website to help residents of the Gulf Coast learn how to survive toxic gases bubbling up from BP's blown out wellhead.

As editor of the Alcohol Distiller's Manual for Gasohol and Spirits, Youra is trained in industrial applications and potentially lethal effects of toxic gases.

In response to the radiation venting out of the blown out nuclear reactors in Fukushima, Japan, Youra has now launched a website to help residents of the northern hemisphere learn survival techniques.

Youra promotes his website, Radiation Survivor, as "a source of hope". Youra says, "RadiationSurvivor.com is designed to empower people with knowledge that there are actions that they can take to increase their odds of beating the nuclear fallout."

The website builds on five cornerstones of defense: Safety, Attitude, Preparation, Life Style and Treatments. Youra ties these into facts he developed for the Gulf Coast oil spill at ToxGas.com and he incorporates social networking on his blog BlowOutBlog.

Youra urges people to follow the Boy Scout motto, "Be Prepared." He adds, "Whether the threat is imminent or far off, weak or robust, local or global, contrived or real, I am offering proven, healthy treatments to fight radiation and win."

Youra developed his website, guided by three principles: There is no such thing as a safe level of nuclear radiation. It is never too early to start preparing the body to fight the radiation, and the properly treated body can survive the radiation.

The website features the work of doctors such as Dr. Mark Sircus, who offers techniques to build up the body's immune system with diet and healthy treatments for cleansing toxins out of the body. Ideas include stocking up on baking soda and clay to use in baths to draw toxins out of the body.

Youra claims that his goal is to offer hope to counteract the depressing news of nuclear radiation invading the air we breath. "I offer hope to the individual, hope to the mom to encourage her kids and hope for a teacher to pass on to a class."

This webmaster is not new to nuclear issues. He wrote about nuclear disarmament and nuclear non proliferation in the 1960s, when he worked at the United Nations in New York, where he was managing editor of the foreign policy journal Current Thought on Peace and War. He has a BA degree in international studies from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He completed graduate school courses at University of Michigan and The Ohio State University.

In the 1950s school children were taught to climb under their desks during air raid drills in preparation for an atomic attack from Russia. The response to the current threat includes behavior such as wearing a hat with a vizor, when outside, and removing shoes at the door. Youra's website offers suggestions from experts to supplement a diet with higher doses of vitamin C, increase consumption of herbs such as rosemary and fortify the body with baking soda.

According to Dan Youra, "The highest probability of survival goes to the healthiest body that can fight off the nuclear isotopes attacking us by land, sea and air." Youra is chairman of the board of JC MASH clinics on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.

For more information go to RadiationSurvivor.com

Dan Youra