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NIEHS - NIEHS

Kids-Pollution

carbon monoxide  health  asthma  kids  environment  water  radon  EMF  x-rays  environmental exposures  ozone  arsenic  mercury  environmental health  pollution  lead poisoning  nature  MRI  quotations 

Educational information for kids about pollution is presented by NIEHS.

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CDC

Radon is Real! | CDC Features

radon  CDC Features 

Radon is Real! ATSDR is educating students about the risk of radon exposure and the importance of testing.

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CDC

Radon and Your Health | CDC Features

smoking  radon  Lung cancer  EPA  CDC Features  cigarette smoking  Radon Action Month  Radon in the Home 

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after cigarette smoking. If you smoke and live in a home with high radon levels, you increase your risk of developing lung cancer. Having your home tested is the only effective way to determine whether you and your family are at risk of high radon exposure.

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CDC

Lung Cancer Awareness Feature

cancer  features  smoking  CDC  radon  secondhand smoke  Lung cancer 

The most important thing you can do to lower your lung cancer risk is to quit smoking and avoid secondhand smoke.

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CDC

Case Study: Reducing Radon in Illinois

cancer  radon  Lung cancer 

Illinois passed state laws to reduce household radon exposure.

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CDC

What States Can Do About Radon

cancer  radon  Lung cancer 

States play a vital role in protecting the public from harmful environmental exposures, including household radon.

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CDC

What We Know About Radon

cancer  radon  Lung cancer 

When people breathe in radon, it damages the lungs, which may result in lung cancer.

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CDC

Promising Practices Brief: How to Reduce Radon in Homes

cancer  radon  Lung cancer  environmental carcinogen 

Ways to reduce radon, the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.

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CDC

Cancer - Resources on Radon

cancer  radon  Lung cancer 

Resources about radon.

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CDC

Radon - Health Communication

CDC  radon  health marketing  health communications  Gateway to Health Communication and Social Marketing Practice  Resources for TV Writers and Producers 

Gateway to Health Communication and Social Marketing Practice - Radon

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