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BPA-Free plastics may not be EA-Free, or safe.
The BPA in plastics makes you fat.
1,000 percent increase in BPA levels after eating canned soups.
“7 Toys you gotta have?” I don’t think so.
BPA exposure makes male mice less masculine & attractive
Why the American Chemistry Council sponsored the 5th International Marine Debris Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii.
BPA, Phthalates linked to atypical social behavior in ADHD children who were exposed prenatally
Avoiding Plastic Lowers Your BPA Levels
70% of harmful plastics release chemicals into our foods and drinks.
Bad Plastics Weekly News Roundup, February 15th.
This week's Bad Plastics News Roundup
This week's Bad Plastics News Roundup
Are millions of school lunches being heated and served in plastic containers?
Once again, The American Chemistry Council put profits ahead of babies.
New study: BPA now found in the air we breathe.
Human Exposure to BPA 'Grossly Underestimated'.
A sober look at BPA: Is it safe, or is it not?
Senate defeats bill banning BPA in baby products.
The Truth About Phthalates – NOT
FDA's concern about bisphenol-A potential effect on children
The Natural Resources Defense Council sues the FDA over bisphenol A (BPA).
The rubber duck as a symbol of the fight against toxic chemicals in plastics.
Concentration of BPA in cash receipts millions of times higher than in plastic bottles.
BPA in food and beverage cans poses a greater risk that BPA in plastic bottles.
From the Gulf of Mexico, to plastics everywhere, and the dangers of phthalates.
Medical students get four to five hours training in environmental medicine.
BPA Study Suggests Possible Cancer Risk.
The dangers of PVC plastics are being recognized by some companies.
Food safety bill's ban on BPA is being resisted by big business.
When it comes to BPA and new legislation, scientific reform should parallel legal reform.
BPA leaching into the environment, and more.
The hard science of how BPA alters the development of the uterus at the genetic level.
New study suggests phthalates may reduce IQ levels in boys.
BPA is everywhere
The EPA is going to take a closer look at BPA in plastics, and in the environment.
Imagine it was your child in this sea of filthy plastic.
Perils of plastics - Risks to human health and the environment.
Is it even possible to get BPA out of our food?
"BPA has no effects on brain development." Oh, really?
Polystyrene food containers targeted in Chicago restaurants and schools.
Exposing the use of phthalates in the adult toy industry
Health Canada says get phthalates out of toys.
When the BPA story is covered in USA Today, you know some progress is being made.
The American Chemistry Council doesn't care about your children, only profits.
Looks like California is going to drop the hammer on BPA.
BPA toxins put newborns and mothers at risk – What are we thinking?
Is it safe to heat food in plastic?
AARP jumps into the BPA debate. Yes, BPA impacts us all, not just the young.
The EPA has tested only 200 out of 80,000 potentially toxic chemicals.
Public concerns over BPA drive manufacturers to work on BPA-free water cooler bottles.
A mom speaks to the U.S. Senate about toxic chemicals.
BPA and phthalates make up just a small part of your total body burden of toxic chemicals.
BPA exposure during pregnancy could increase child asthma risk.
Article on the less well-known sources of BPA in our homes.
How companies get around having to tell people about dangerous chemicals in their products.
An interview with the authors of the book, Slow Death by Rubber Duck: The Secret Danger of Everyday Things.
BPA linked to heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
More evidence of a connection between phthalates and behavioral problems.
Revenue from BPA based products is estimated to be over $700,000 per hour.
Legislation seeks limited ban on chemical (BPA) used in plastics.
Prenatal Exposure to Phthalates Linked to Behavior Problems in Children
90 Percent of Cord Blood from U.S. Babies Tests Positive for BPA
Study finds link between phthalates and the symptoms of ADHD.
Bad BPA: Feedback from the chemical industry, and others.
FDA expresses concerns over health risks from BPA