High Radon Levels in Alachua County
Published January 25th, 2012
Alachua County Health experts say there are high levels of radon along I-75 and University Ave. Radon is tasteless, odorless and is the second cause of lung cancer behind smoking. Experts say test your home to give yourself peace of mind.
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