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EDITORIAL: Invisible killer in our homes

Date Published: 01/09/2009 [Source]

The Minnesota Department of Health and the federal government also urges all homeowners to test their homes for radon.

In McLeod County, the average indoor radon level is 5.3 picocuries, more than three times the national average. That level was determined through radon test results conducted by Air Check Inc., a manufacturer of radon test kits.