January is Radon Action Month
Radon comes from the natural radioactive breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. It is an invisible, odorless, tasteless, cancer-causing radon gas that enters buildings through the numerous cracks, holes, and pipes in the foundation. It can also enter a building from well water. Radon can be found in any building, but homes are the most concerning since that’s where families spend the most time. Radon is prevalent in Colorado and in Boulder County. One out of every two homes in Boulder County has elevated radon levels. The EPA has ranked Boulder County as “Zone 1,” which means the average house will likely exceed the EPA’s action level of 4.0 pCi/L.
I often tell clients that they may want to do this test in addition to the EARTH ACUPUNCTURE as it is so prevalent all over the country due to mining, fracking and natural occurring.