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Tag Archives: BPA
Previous articles (5/5/211, 12/19/2012 and 1/24’2013) were about the health hazard from Bisphenol-A, and how we are exposed. Those article described the controversary about health risks from BPA, its presence in paper receipts, and its disguised replacement, BPS. It’s time … Continue reading
Readers of this blog will know that the hormone disruptor (or endocrine disruptor) bisphenol-A (BPA) is found in polycarbonate plastic bottles, the epoxy linings of food cans, and as a coating on ATM and cash-register receipts. You may ask, “What … Continue reading