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Don’t Fry My Eggs”

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From Lloyd Burell’s newsletter/website ElectricSense.com  I recommend his newsletter.  Devices like laptops, cell phones and cordless phones emit a form of electromagnetic field (EMF) called microwave radiation or radio frequency radiation. Thousands of studies link these exposures to a long list of serious diseases including cancer and infertility.  This video uses humor to address the very…

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Radon Facts

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RADON FACTS Radon Induced Lung Cancer Kills over 20,000 Americans Each Year. Radon is odorless and colorless. You cannot see, smell or feel Radon gas. You have to test for it. Radon is the leading cause of Lung Cancer for non-smokers. Radon exposure is not limited to your home. It can exist in any building,…

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Radon – Another Reason to Quit

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Lung Cancer Risk Almost 90% of lung cancer deaths are caused by smoking. Radon exposure is the second leading cause of lung cancer for smokers. Radon is a gas that is produced naturally by the breakdown of uranium in the ground and gets into your home undetected. You can’t see it, smell it or taste it.…

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Santa Fe Radon Levels

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Santa Fe County is in the “Red Zone” on the EPA Radon Map This map was created by the EPA to assist national, state and local organizations where to target their resources and to implement radon-resistant building codes.   Each “zone” represents an increase in the likelihood that radon will be above safe levels.  The Red, Zone…

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Radon Risk Comparison Charts

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HOW OFTEN IS INDOOR AIR A PROBLEM? Nearly one out of every 15 homes in the United States has a radon level EPA considers to be elevated – 4 pCi/L or greater. New Mexico radon statistics are even higher in some areas. The U.S. average radon-in-air level in single family homes is 1.3 pCi/L. Because the…

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