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Body Scanners

Risking Health to Secure Airports

The Transportation Security Administration plans to install body scanners at nearly every airport security lane in the country by the end of 2014. Scientists have objected to one type of scanner because it uses X-rays which increase the risk of cancer. In an effort to detect explosives hidden under clothing, is the TSA jeopardizing passenger safety?

TSA Removes X-Ray Body Scanners from Airports

The Inactivation of the Body Scanners

What Kind of Body Scanner Does Your Airport Have?

TSA to Commission Independent Study of X-Ray Body Scanners

TSA X-Ray Body Scanners Sit Idle in Warehouse

TSA Removes X-Ray Body Scanners From Major Airports

Senators' Bill Calls for Independent Study of Airport Scanners

Drive-by Scanning: Officials Expand Use and Dose of Radiation for Security Screening

Bill Would Require Independent Study of X-Ray Body Scanners

Invasion of the Body Scanners: They're Spreading, But Are They Safe and Effective?

Scanning the Scanners: A Side-by-Side Comparison

Just How Good Are the TSA's Body Scanners?

Sweating Bullets: Body Scanners Can See Perspiration as a Potential Weapon

Coffee, Tea or Cancer? Almost Half of Americans Oppose X-ray Body Scanners

Body Scanners: The Story So Far

Senator Seeks Answers on X-Ray Body Scanners

TSA Puts Off Safety Study of X-ray Body Scanners

Europe Bans X-Ray Body Scanners Used at U.S. Airports

TSA to Conduct New Study of X-Ray Body Scanners

U.S. Government Glossed Over Cancer Concerns As It Rolled Out Airport X-Ray Scanners

New Army Study Says Radiation From Airport Body Scanners Is Minor

TSA Airport Scanners Wouldn’t Catch an Implant Bomber

Scientists Cast Doubt on TSA Tests of Full-Body Scanners