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The Dangers of Radon Exposure

People get exposed to radon as a result of it being trapped indoors in a home or office building. This gas can get inside through gaps in insulation, cracks in floors or walls, or even tiny gaps in foundations or around pipes. Those who spend most of their time in basements, working around uranium, phosphate Read More

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Asbestos in Your Home

Asbestos can be found in many places in homes built before 1970. If your home does have asbestos, it doesn’t mean it’s a constant danger. Asbestos is not a threat as long as it’s not damaged. However, if it’s disturbed, damaged or destroyed, it can release microscopic fibers into the air that can become trapped Read More

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West Virginia Residents Are Vulnerable to Radon Exposure

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is more prevalent in some areas of the country than in others. It’s present in the soil, and is more common in West Virginia than other places due to the unique geology here. The danger with radon is that it can seep into homes and become trapped, and Read More

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The Harm Caused by Thirdhand Smoke

Everyone knows that smoking harms your health. Most people are also aware of the damage that secondhand smoke — breathing in other people’s smoke — can cause. But have you heard of thirdhand smoke? You can be exposed to thirdhand smoke without ever seeing a person smoke, or even being in the same room with Read More

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