The Taking Neighborhood Health to Heart (TNH2H) team has made significant progress in the past several months. They have completed their data collection and now have radon and PERC (two volatile organic compounds) data for 15 homes in their study area. Their experiment used both high quality and low-cost methods so that they might compare the results of the two. The team kept the community involved, as they shared their newly acquired data with all participants of the study. They took the time to meet one-on-one with participants and answer any questions they had regarding results and recommended actions. The team plans to share results from their dosimeter tube experiments (the low-cost method) on Experiment.com’s journal site as soon as possible, so stay tuned!