1. Radon and Pets: What You Need to Know

    For many, furry friends are like family. Ensuring that your pets stay healthy is a lot of work: feeding a well-balanced diet, providing ample exercise, and staying on top of veterinary care are just a few of the tasks that fall to diligent pet owners. However, there’s a lesser-known health hazard that can threaten the well-being of your loved ones. Radon, a radioactive gas, is a carcinogen thatâ…Read More

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    Radon in Schools: Has Your School Been Tested?

    Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that’s present in many areas of the country. It’s naturally-occurring and will disperse on its own in the outdoors, but this radioactive substance is highly detrimental to health when it’s trapped indoors. Prolonged exposure is linked to an increased risk of lung cancer, and it’s especially dangerous for young children. Homes are commonly tested for this …Read More