BPA Study Suggests Possible Cancer Risk.

by Nick
(Montreal)

This article from NewsInferno.com is well worth reading, from beginning to end.

In addition to pointing out how researchers are getting closer to confirming the link between BPA and some cancers, the article also does a good job of listing all the different adverse health effects now attributed to BPA.

"Hundreds and hundreds of studies have linked the ubiquitous chemical to a growing number of diseases and disorders and continue to confirm that BPA appears to cause significant disruption to the body’s endocrine system. BPA has been linked to cardiovascular disease, intestinal problems, brain cell connection interference, increased risks of reproductive and immune system diseases and disorders, problems with liver function testing, interruptions in chemotherapy treatment, links with serious health problems, and erectile dysfunction and other sexual problems in males. In urine tests, BPA is found in the overwhelming majority of Americans, more than 93 percent and, significantly, the chemical is found in 90 percent of all newborns."

It is worth reminding ourselves that these finding come from the results of hundreds of different studies from all over the world.

We are now well beyond the “maybe” stage when it comes to the dangers of being exposed to BPA, in spite of what the chemical industry’s lobbyists might want us to believe.

Read the full article here...

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