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My view: Radon, the unrecognized killer

deseretnews.com

We Utahns are fortunate to live in a state surrounded by natural splendor with peaks of granite, fertile flat lands and bountiful deserts, but within this natural beauty lurks a natural (but avoidable) killer, radon. Radon is a radioactive gas that is silent, colorless, tasteless, odorless and carcinogenic.

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Colder Weather Increases Radon Danger

From hot cocoa to cold-bugs, many things seem to join us as we move indoors in the winter season. Radon gas is among this indoor migration, and it increases as temperatures drop outdoors. Check out this good read, and great reminder, to check the amount of Radon gases present in your homes.

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upr.org

The onset of colder weather brings things indoors, including unwanted radon gas.

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Radon a silent killer but can be detected

standard.net

Health agencies have joined forces to promote action against the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers.

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