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Benzene Exposure

Benzene is a common chemical that is liquid at room temperature and evaporates very quickly. It’s present in emissions from volcanoes, forest fires, motor vehicles and gas stations. Although it’s most commonly produced industrially, it can also occur in nature. However, exposure to benzene can be harmful and is linked to certain blood cancers like Read More

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Radon Remediation Measures

Radon gas is a naturally occurring radioactive element that is present in rocks and soil all over the United States. While incidental exposure isn’t dangerous, long-term exposure can be harmful and can even cause lung cancer. As radon breaks down, the particles of that breakdown can get lodged in the lining of the lungs. These Read More

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