- Published: March 31, 2011
It does not have to be this way, established by Dr. K.P. Buteyko.
On April 26, 1986, there was an accident at a nuclear station in Chernobyl. The Soviet mass media tried to hide the news and the public learned of the event only a few days after it happened, when it became clear that the mass scale of the catastrophe could not be silenced. People were horrified: it wasn't just adults who were inside the radiation zone, there were children too. People were being evacuated out of Chernobyl and into Kiev, which was 140 kilometers from the site, anyone who could leave, did.