According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), evidence demonstrates a link between lung cancer and high concentrations of radon. Radon is considered a significant indoor air contaminant in geographic areas where radon is present in high concentrations (such as in Northeast Wisconsin).
Radon Gas Exposure Affects Health Wherever You Live
Health Effects of Radon Gas Exposure in the News
Feb 10, 2011 Video Link from the Dr. Oz Show: The #1 Cancer Risk at Home, Pt 1.
Read Radon: A Danger in Your Home by Rebecca Morley, Executive Director, National Center for Healthy Housing
"Prescription for Radon" speaks about the dangers of radon.
Resources to Learn More About Radon
Heartland Radon Research and Education Program (HRREP)
Information about the Iowa Radon Lung Cancer Study from the University of Iowa College of Public Health
National Environmental Health Administration
This organization trains contractors and others about Radon.
NRPP's Radon Page
List of Approved Contractors for Radon work
Government organization covering Environmental concerns
National Radon Safety Board
Another organization that trains and certifies for Radon Measurement & Mitigation
Wisconsin Radon Program
Wisconsin's Radon Program-List Contractors
American Association of Radon Scientists & Technologists
Organization of Radon Professionals
American Lung Association
Click on Indoor Air Quality
Cancer Survivors Against Radon
National Cancer Institute
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