Well, it's a story from FOX news, so right away I'm skeptical. In case anyone is wondering, this doctor (?) says that before Fukishima there were 5 infant deaths a week and for the 10 weeks after wards, the rate spiked 48% to 7.5/week. The increase hasn't happened across the country, but just in Philadelphia. His theory is that it's because of the extra iodine found in the drinking water (because apparently they have more than most places?). His theory is that moms are drinking the water while pregnant and transferring the radiation to their babies so that once they're born there's an increase chance of death. Of course at the end of the story, they say that no autopsies have been performed and it's all just a theory. I hate the way the guy is sort of smiling throughout while talking about babies dying.