A new study shows that the aftermath of a regional nuclear war would affect not just the countries engaged in battle, but the entire world. Nuclear warfare would put a massive hole in the ozone layer, endangering all forms of life.
"It would have a big increase in human ailments such as cataracts and cancer," said study leader Michael Mills of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
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