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'Tis the Season to Test for Radon

12 December, 2015

Winter is the best time to test homes for radon, a naturally-occurring radioactive gas that emanates from the earth. This odorless, colorless gas can enter homes from the ground and accumulate to elevated concentrations thus raising the risk of lung cancer  for unsuspecting homeowners. List of Radon Presentations January/February 2016 Now through February 29 the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension offers free, easy-to-use radon test kits, available at Cooperative Extension offices and partner locations statewide. Learn more about the dangers of radon gas, the ease of home testing, and where to find free test kits at RadonNV.com or call 888-723-6610.

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