Introduction: Radon poisoning


Radon poisoning: Gas poison sometimes found in buildings

Radon poisoning: Radon is naturally occurring, odorless, and colorless gas produced by the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. Because radon is a gas, it can enter buildings through openings or cracks in the foundation. The radon gas itself decays into radioactive solids, called radon daughters. The radon daughters attach to dust particles in the air, and can be inhaled. The inhalation of radon daughters has been linked to lung cancer.1

Researching symptoms of Radon poisoning: Further information about the symptoms of Radon poisoning is available including a list of symptoms of Radon poisoning, or alternatively return to research other symptoms in the symptom center.

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1. excerpt from Radon Testing: NIEHS_1

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