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Unformatted text preview: home could be at risk; along with many of your homes. We all use household cleaners. I need to start throwing partial empty containers away and I should also buy a minimal amount of supplies to be kept in the household. The third but not least issue that could affect my home is, Radon, though it is doubtful that my house sits over uranium. Radon may occur in any home across the World. Some health risks involved with Radon could be lung cancer. Lung cancer could be more inevitable if one smokes in a home that is infected with Radon. My home has a basement that has cracks in the walls, and I also have partial dirt floor crawlspace that could allow Uranium under my home to put out Radon gases. I plan on sealing the cracks in the basement to help prevent any chance of Radon poisoning, though it could happen in any home (2009). Reference U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2009). Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) . Retrieved from http://www.epa.gov/iaq/pubs/insidest.html#Refguide...
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