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BPA exposure may be underestimated because of laboratory method used
Posted on 14 Jun 2011 by Thomas H. Clarke, Jr.

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... Read More

FDA Rejects Ban on BPA (Bisphenol A) from Food Packaging
Posted on 10 Apr 2012 by Thomas H. Clarke, Jr.

Prior posts have noted the numerous studies involving various animals that have indicated the potential estrongenic effects from exposure to BPA. Prior posts have also noted that the primary vector of exposure is cash register receipts. In 2008, the... Read More

BPA exposure may be underestimated because of laboratory method used
Posted on 14 Jun 2011 by Thomas H. Clarke, Jr.

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... Read More

FDA Rejects Ban on BPA (Bisphenol A) from Food Packaging
Posted on 10 Apr 2012 by Thomas H. Clarke, Jr.

Prior posts have noted the numerous studies involving various animals that have indicated the potential estrongenic effects from exposure to BPA. Prior posts have also noted that the primary vector of exposure is cash register receipts. In 2008, the... Read More

BPA's fluorinated "twin" may be more of a health threat than BPA
Posted on 30 Jun 2010 by Thomas H. Clarke, Jr.

Prior posts have noted in detail the debate over the potential adverse health effects of BPA (e.g., estrogen mimic), with the vast majority of research studies indicating that the Bush Administration FDA was incorrect in down-playing the potential adverse... Read More