Effects of High Radon Levels

Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless radioactive gas that is mainly produced due to the decomposition and radioactive decaying of other elements such as radium, polonium, and uranium etc. It is a part of our atmosphere and is present in air as well as in the water bodies. But the concentration of naturally occurring radon is so minute that one barely feels its presence and it does not do any harm. However, it becomes a severe and extremely serious issue when this concentration of radon increases a certain level.…

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