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More fatalities have been caused by radon this year than from carbon monoxide, fires and handguns combined. The EPA and Surgeon General urge all home owners to take action and have their home tested.
Finding an elevated level of radon in your home is no cause for alarm. Lowering the levels can be done by following these simple steps.
Lung cancer in non-smokers - Women have a higher risk of being diagnosed with lung cancer as a non-smoker than men. 1 in 5 women compared to 1 in 10 non-smoking men.
High levels of radon found in Hamilton Mill and surrounding areas. Every home should be tested.
Is it safe where your children play? The EPA, Surgeon General, and American Cancer Society recommend that you should have your home tested.
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