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Study Suggests Link Between BPA and Higher Miscarriage Risk

Study Suggests Link Between BPA and Higher Miscarriage Risk | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
Last month, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and an obstetricians group urged more attention to environmental chemicals ...

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Two new studies link exposure to BPA, phthalates to reproductive issues in both sexes, miscarriage risk

Two new studies link exposure to BPA, phthalates to reproductive issues in both sexes, miscarriage risk | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
By Madison Ruppert Editor of End the Lie Two new recently presented studies show a link between BPA and phthalates, both common chemicals, and serious reproductive risks in both men and women. Last...

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Do BPA-free plastics still leach hormones into food?

Studies suggest many attic alternatives to BPA are still dangerous

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"BPA-Free" Products May Still Contain BPA | Rodale News

"BPA-Free" Products May Still Contain BPA | Rodale News | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
New tests from Canada find trace amounts of the chemical BPA in “BPA Free” bottles.

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How to Keep Your Family Safe from Toxic Chemicals

How to Keep Your Family Safe from Toxic Chemicals | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
BPA?... Phthalates... You know they can be dangerous for your family, but you may not know all the ways they enter your body, or -- most important -- how you can limit your exposure. Parents magazine investigates.

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BPA Issues Investigation

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Fetal exposure to BPA has now reached 100 percent; Plastics chemical contaminating everyone

Fetal exposure to BPA has now reached 100 percent; Plastics chemical contaminating everyone | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
Fetal exposure to BPA has now reached 100 percent; Plastics chemical contaminating everyone

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BPA Harms At Much Lower Levels Than Previously Thought

BPA Harms At Much Lower Levels Than Previously Thought | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
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Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical found in most plastics, cans, and other types of food and drink packaging as well as money, receipts and newer kinds of dental resins.

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Is the plastic chemical BPA really harmful to your health? | NutritionFacts.org

Is the plastic chemical BPA really harmful to your health? | NutritionFacts.org | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
I wish you had links to the studies. My dad thinks the whole BPA issue is a hoax (and human-caused climate change, too, if you can believe..

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Water Bottle Ideas | eHow

Water Bottle Ideas | eHow | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it
Until recently, most reusable water bottles on the market were made of hard plastic. Concerns about bisphenol A (BPA) and polyethylene terephthalate leaching from the plastic into the water have made many people wary of the risks.

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BPA is still everywhere, and mounting evidence suggests harmful effects

BPA is still everywhere, and mounting evidence suggests harmful effects | BPA Issues Investigation | Scoop.it

Studies continue to add to the evidence that the safety of BPA is highly uncertain.

 

... Even at low levels and particularly during prenatal development and early childhood, exposure to BPA — known to mimic the hormone estrogen — can have subtle but detrimental effects.

 

When chemicals such as BPA mimic hormones, it leads to what’s called endocrine disruption.

 


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