Detecting radon in the home - mini quiz
Radon - you can't hear it, you can't smell it and you can't taste it -- but it is everywhere in the air. Unfortunately, as many as 7.1 million American homes contain dangerously high levels of radon resulting in an estimated 21,000 deaths per year. This makes radon the second leading cause of lung cancer, behind smoking (and the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.) And for people who smoke, being exposed to elevated radon levels is especially problematic.
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The following radon mini quiz can help you learn more about radon and determine if it's something you should be concerned about.