When we finally moved all of our belongings from Georgia to Minnesota we had so much stuff, that it completely filled an 18-wheeler. Although the movers were hardworking, friendly fellows, the inevitable still happened; they broke a couple of things, namely two of the legs on my sofa. I didn’t let it bother me, I simply called for the furniture repair company to come over and fix it. (Our contents were insured, so it was no problem.) A very chatty gentleman was sent out and in between his masterful repair skills, he asked me where I was from and what brought me to the Twin Cities.
"Radon gas was responsible for more than 20,000 American deaths in 2008. Most of the victims never knew they had a radon problem. January is National Radon Action Month. Testing for radon in 2009 will save lives."The Health and Press Association is encouraging Americans to test their homes for the invisible killer, radon gas. Radon causes more than 20,000 preventable deaths each year in the United States. All areas of the country are at risk; so all homes should be tested. It is easy and inexpensive to test for this deadly gas. Since you cannot see it, smell it, or taste it, the only way to know if a home is affected by radon is to test.
The wind is howling.
Temperatures are well below freezing. And you’re curled up on the
sofa with the cat, a good book and a crackling fire. How could
you possibly feel so lousy?
Maybe it’s the indoor air that’s chock full of allergens or irritants.
Most men's New Year's resolutions sound the same: we all want to get healthier and make or save more money.
This year, why not get a little more specific in ways that delve beyond simply trying to quit smoking, drink less or exercise more? This year, resolve to get healthier by developing a plan for keeping your prostate healthy and preventing prostate cancer.