Jan 7th 2008 9:15PM YOU DON'T NEED TO MOVE! A variety of methods can be used to reduce radon in homes. In most cases, venting systems with pipes and fans are used to reduce radon. Such systems are called "sub-slab depressurization." These systems prevent radon gas from entering the home from below the concrete floor and the foundation. Similar systems can also be installed in homes with crawl spaces.
Radon reduction contractors may use other methods that may also work in your home, depending on its design and other factors. Contact certified radon mitigators in your area. Costs for services vary. The average cost for a contractor to lower radon levels in a home is about $1,200, although this can range from $900 to about $2,500.
P.S. Radon is not an issue for anyone living above the 3rd floor in an apartment building.
Jan 5th 2008 9:05AM +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ DID ANYONE NOTICED THAT THAT VEHICLE HAD NO SEAT BELTS? PAX WAS SAFER ON HIS LAP +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Oct 14th 2007 8:00AM I think some of the people on here who said they won't eat the 4 foods listed above - would actually eat them and like them, but for the health choices they're making in their lives. I enjoyed this article and this list! Very interesting - and I believe it applies to the majority of the population.
Aug 16th 2007 8:25AM Alcohol disinfects. So the vodka makes sense. I wonder if other alcoholic beverages would work also. I do not drink, and would be embarassed to purchase that stuff, but it sure beats the chemicals in most hand sanitizers.
But on the other hand, a visit to your local health food store and you'd have a hand sanitizer without chemicals. I googled it and found these links:
Aug 9th 2007 5:14PM Since most farms in the U.S. are conventional farms (treated with pesticides), maybe farmers report being unhappy because of their exposure to pesticide. Is depression a side-effect of breathing those toxic chemicals?
Jul 9th 2007 6:53AM Those are really neat. I'm really into new inventions that make life easier. This seems like something that could make driving safer and prevent accidents. Taking your shoes off while driving works too. But you just have to remember to put your shoes out of the way and not near the pedals. They could get lodged under the pedal and cause an accident if you're not careful.
May 26th 2007 8:33AM What about pedophiles???? Free glimpses wherever they go? This is crazy. I wonder if these clothes are something new they started in their country, or if it's been this way for a long time?
Mar 15th 2007 10:04PM http://www.mercola.com/2006/sep/7/the_expert_are_wrong_about_raw_milk.htm
Jan 24th 2007 8:58AM Great tips, except for the "Make all calls on your cell phone" one. I'd rather have a cold than brain cancer. See: http://www.mercola.com/article/cell_phones/index.htm