Nearly 5,500 taken to hospital due to heatstroke last week, 13 die. Mainichi
Majia here: One has to wonder whether it was the heat alone that caused over 5,000 people to be taken to the hospital.
I live in the desert and our summer temperatures range from 100-120 Fahrenheit and we do not have massive heatstrokes.
I understand that older people who are shut up in hot apartments can suffer from the heat, but that usually happens in the event of a power outage.
Is radiation weakening people in Japan, making them more susceptible to heat stroke and other ailments?
Would the Japanese Government deliberately lie about what ails its citizens?
Would the US Government deliberately lie about what ails its citizens?