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Neonatal intensive care appears to expose babies to significant levels of BPA

Although the level of BPA that may be toxic to humans has not been quantified, babies treated in neonatal intensive care appear to be exposed to relatively larger doses of BPA, according to an interesting, but small study. This exposure may be more harmful due to the limited ability of neonates to detoxify...

Have past blood tests for BPA been faulty? Recently published study so claims

Prior posts have noted in detail the results of various studies of the impacts of BPA on various test media (e.g., animals). Prior posts have described the ongoing public debate over BPA and its listing and then delisting as a reproductive toxicant under California's Proposition 65. A recent post...