Do you know what the leading cause of lung cancer is?
Unless you're in denial, everyone knows smoking cigarettes is the leading cause of lung cancer.
But what about the second leading lung cancer? Any ideas?
Maybe you think it's air pollution like smog caused by vehicles and everything else that pollutes the air.
Nope, not quite.
Then it must be second-hand smoke. Cigarettes are still to blame.
No, it's not second-hand smoke, although you should avoid it at all costs.
Is it occupational exposures to things like harmful chemicals and pollutants?
The second leading cause of lung cancer is radon poisoning.
Now you're wondering what radon poisoning is.
Now that you're curious about radon poisoning, you're probably curious about what radon even is.
In the guide below, we will learn about radon and radon poisoning. Read on to learn more.