Male development just became a more complex issue, making toxic torts based on endocrine disruptors more difficult to prove

Prior posts have noted that in the arena of toxic torts causation is king. Causation of course depends on the underlying processes. If one cannot show a process or system is disrupted or adversely affected, then causation will not be shown. When addressing issues related to the impacts of so-called endocrine...

BPA exposure may be underestimated because of laboratory method used

Prior posts have discussed various animal studies that have reported the potential for adverse impacts from BPA exposure, as well as the controversial conclusions of FDA under President Bush in assessing the risk of such exposure to humans. Recently published research suggests that the standard approach...

Another estrogenic substance is identified (BPS, which is related to BPA), and the vector exposes nearly everyone

Prior posts have noted that BPA (an estrongen mimic) is found not only in certain plastics (about which there is much nashing of teeth), but the main vector may very well be thermal cash register receipts. Well, get ready for its cousin, BPS, and the newest vector, paper money. Holy greenbacks, Batman...