Is your home a safe haven?

How often do you test the water you use daily for harmful elements, such as radon gas, lead or bacteria? Test things like mineral content, iron or manganese. Also test for hardness or softness of water, the affinity of water, whether or not water is...[Read More]

Date Published: 09/02/2008

Radon in your home? Experts say many don't ask

The radioactive gas can cause lung cancer. It's common in Lehigh Valley homes, and levels can be reduced. Pennsylvania doesn't require people selling their homes to conduct a radon test, but if they've had one done, they're required to disclose the...[Read More]

Date Published: 01/29/2007

Muhlenberg College aims to educate public about effects of radon

Early Friday afternoon Muhlenberg College students Meray Faragalla, Brin Cardonik, along with Assistant Professor of Public Health Chrys Cronin, discussed results of a recent four-year study on radon. "Number 1 thing we take from the study is the...[Read More]

Date Published: 01/31/2020