Lung cancer is a major issue in the United States. Thousands of lives are lost every year to this virulent disease and, thanks to many conflicting awareness campaigns, it can be difficult for the average American to understand how to better prevent it. Although smoking and exposure to hazardous city chemicals are commonly cited as contributors to lung cancer, there’s a more insidious and widely spread element that finds its way into everyday lungs. Radon gas is a chemical present in many an American home and can even affect your family if unchecked over a long period of time.
How Many American Homes Have Radon Gas Poisoning?