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The concentration of radon gas there was 2,700 pCi/L of air, a level much higher
than had ever been measured in a residence in the United States. In January ...
In 1985, indoor air radon (radon-222) levels were found to be elevated in
households in Pennsylvania (1). Following this discovery, the Connecticut
Health Hazards Associated with Elevated Levels of Indoor Radon --
Pennsylvania. As a part of the safety program at the Limerick Nuclear Power
Plant in ...
In 1985, the New Jersey State Department of Health (NJDOH) initiated an
epidemiologic study of lung cancer and exposure to radon in New Jersey women
Radon testing data were derived from responses to the question "Has your
household air been tested for the presence of radon?" Data representing the ...
Publication of NIOSH Criteria Documents on Welding, and Brazing,Thermal
Cutting and on Radon Progeny. The National Institute for Occupational Safety
Numerous agents have been associated with lung cancer in occupational (8) and
other settings; for example, exposures to radon emission and asbestos fibers ...
cosmic rays and radon, or from medical technology. Med- ical radiation exposure
occurs during diagnosis, therapy, and dental radiography. More is known ...
Contact With Farm Animals in Early Life and Juvenile Inflammatory Bowel
Disease: A Case-Control Study. Katja Radon, Doris Windstetter, Anna Laura