Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov “It’s stress.”

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Fukushima university conducted “stress” research for 2743 people this January 2012. Valid responses were 2103 (77%).

The result revealed that the increase of depression, impatience, and concentration difficulty of elementary school students from their last research of June / July 2011.

Especially the ratio of frequent/occasional headache and nausea increased from 6% to 38%.

 

↓ Obvious increase of headache and nausea among elementary school students.

Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov "It's stress.""

 

Other ratio is not reported.

Prof. Tsutsui from the researching team states, this persistant and continuous stress is physically affecting the children.

However, the ratio of fear, anxiety, regression, dependence decreased.

 

Parents are showing their mental change as well.

↓ The ratio of feeling impatient increased from 18% to 25%.

Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov "It's stress.""2

At the same time, parents are becoming less cautious about exposure control of their children.

 

↓ The ratio of parents who don’t let their children play outside decreased from 67% to 54%.

Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov "It's stress.""3

 

↓ The ratio of parents who don’t hang clothes outside decreased from 60% to 50%.

Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov "It's stress.""4

 

 

Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov "It's stress."5

 

However, 95% of parents care about the origin of food.

Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov "It's stress."6

 

84% of parents care about the origin of drink.

 

Nausea and headache of Fukushima children increased from 6% to 38%. Gov "It's stress."7

Prof. Tsutsui comments,decontamination will alleviate their long-lasting “stress”, but no scientific evidence to prove the connection between stress and decontamination was shown.

 

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