THE NUMBERS REPORT

— Less than five percent of all e-mail is actually seen, reports Enisa, the European Network and Information Security Agency. The other 95 percent is blocked by spam filters and security programs.

ipod-touch-5— Children work their electronic devices like a full-time job. According to a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation, youths aged 8 through 18 spend an average of 53 hours a week with cell phones, iPods, video games and computers. On a daily basis, youths average seven hours, 38 minutes. This is up from six hours, 19 minutes a day a decade ago.

— According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Radon Gas causes over 20,000 deaths annually in the United States.  To put that into perspective, Radon caused more deaths in 2009 than drunk driving, fires and carbon monoxide poisoning combined. You can learn more about Radon Gas at RadonMonth.Wordpress.com. Note: Radon gas is a radioactive element produced by the decay of radium. It is found in many parts of the world.

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