WASHINGTON – When fears of a Japanese radiation cloud sweeping over America were at their highest, the U.S. government bought up all supplies of an economical miniature radiation detector the size of a postage stamp.

But the RADStickers are back in quantity in the WND Superstore – an item you are unlikely to find anywhere else.

With the nuclear meltdown threats in Japan weeks ago, the peel-and-stick, instant color developing dosimeters were the hottest-selling item in the WND Superstore – and supplies were cut as the federal government bought out all inventory of the manufacturer.

RADStickers are so tiny, they can be attached to the back of your driver’s license or anything else you keep with you at all times.

Non-electrical, reliable, rugged, it is useful for determining radiation exposure and if medical treatment is required in a major radiological incident, such as a nuclear or dirty bomb explosion, nuclear power plant accident or mishandled radiation sources.

There doesn’t have to be an earthquake and tsunami for there to be problems. Federal officials reveal that about 375 sources of radiation of all kinds are reported lost or stolen each year in the U.S.

The government is equipping first responders with RADStickers. But there’s no substitute for having a few of your own.

The best news of all is the new supplies of RADStickers has enabled the WND Superstore to lower the price to $5. Bulk discounts are available. However, new restrictions by the manufacturer permit sales only within the United States, foreign orders for RADStickers cannot be honored by the WND Superstore.

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