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Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas. You can’t see, smell, or taste radon, but it may be a problem in your home. Exposure to radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. after smoking and is the leading cause of #LungCancer in non-smokers. Get your home tested: health.wyo.gov/radon.
The only way to know to know if you’re being exposed to radon in your home is to test for it. Contact the Wyoming Radon Program at 307.777.6015 to order a test kit. Visit health.wyo.gov/radon to learn more.
Radon is responsible for an estimated 21,000 deaths annually in the United States according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Get your radon test kit by calling the Wyoming Radon Program at 307.777.6015. For more information, visit health.wyo.gov/radon.
The Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Surgeon General, and the Wyoming Department of Health recommend all homes be tested for radon. Testing is easy and inexpensive. To order your radon test kit, call the Wyoming Radon Program at 307.777.6015. To learn more, visit health.wyo.gov/radon.
If your home tests higher than 4.0 pCi/L (picocuries per liter) for radon, contact a certified radon specialist to correct the issue. For more information call 307.777.6015 or visit health.wyo.gov/radon.
For everything you need to know about radon, check out the Environmental Protection Agency’s A Citizen’s Guide to Radon. To order your free radon test kit, call 307.777.6015 or visit health.wyo.gov/radon.
Check out this video from the Environmental Protection Agency to learn more about radon and the dangers of radon exposure. For more information about radon in Wyoming or to order a free test kit, call 307.777.6015 or visit health.wyo.gov/radon.
You can’t see, smell, or taste #radon gas — but it can cause serious health problems like #LungCancer. Learn more: health.wyo.gov/radon
#Radon + #smoking = a dangerous combination. Protect your health. Learn more at health.wyo.gov/radon
Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S., after cigarette smoking. If you live in a home with high radon levels, smoking raises your risk of lung cancer even more. Learn more about radon and cancer here.
This #RadonActionMonth, we’re raising awareness about the dangers of #radon & taking action to keep those you love safe. health.wyo.gov/radon
We want to hear from you! Comment with what your organization is doing to address the dangers of #radon this #RadonActionMonth?
This #RadonActionMonth, please share to spread the word about health risks of #radon & the availability of home radon testing: health.wyo.gov/radon
You may have high #radon levels in your home without even knowing it. Test your home today! health.wyo.gov/radon
The only way to know if your home has high #radon levels is to test for it. Order your test kit at health.wyo.gov/radon.