Dangerous radon gas common in most homes


Should you be concerned about something you can't see or smell? In the case of radon, the answer is a definite yes. The colorless, odorless gas, which has been linked to lung cancer, may already be present in potentially dangerous levels in your home.

January is National Radon Action Month and in Georgia, radon educators and the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension offices are working to teach the public more about this gas.

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