The Transportation Security Administration has, for years, denied any danger from the machines that scan you at airport security checkpoints.
A new plan to test security workers at more than 100 airports nationwide has some questioning those denials.
According to the Los Angeles Times , the TSA plans to test workers to see if they're exposed to dangerous levels of radiation while working with the machines.
The TSA doesn't plan on checking passengers or the machines themselves.
Critics of those full body scanners have been calling for independent tests on the radiation levels with no results.
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Check it out. They have a drawing of a body wearing a bikini on the front.