Most of it no, some of it though does indeed. Most forms of radiation have not been linked to cancer. Only high frequency radiation (ionizing radiation and ultraviolet radiation) has been proven to cause genetic damage, which can lead to cancer.
Exposure to certain forms of radiation has been associated with many health effects, including cancer. Natural background radiation can usually be repaired by the body. More intense forms of radiation exposure, such as people exposed to nuclear weapons testing, can cause cancer and many other negative health impacts. Radiation causes atoms in the human body to become electrically charged. Since the Chernobyl nuclear accident 680 cases of thyroid cancer have been recorded in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine.
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