6 Tips for Protecting Your Lungs

Test for radon

Get your home and workplace tested regularly for radon, a naturally occurring gas that is colorless and odorless. It builds up over time due to uranium in rocks and soil breaking down and goes through chemical changes from uranium to radium to radon. Once the radon starts to break down it releases radioactive byproducts which can be inhaled.

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