If left unchecked, radon may attribute to lung cancer through the inhalation of radioactive radon biproducts. The higher the radon concentrations are in the home, the greater the exposure to radiation.
Because radon is absent of taste or smell unlike most other household contaminates, proactive Radon monitoring is important to prevent adverse health risks.
Smokers will be extremely susceptible to lung cancer caused by Radon gas. If you do smoke, it should be essential for you to subscribe to a yearly Radon testing to identify any issues with elevated household Radon levels before it has had a chance to affect your health.
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