Bad Science and Bisphenol A

“The Controversy Around BPA: Bad Reporting On Bad Science,” by Henry Miller.
Americans are constantly bombarded by the “science of things that aren’t so,” a phrase coined by Nobel Prize-winning chemist Irving Langmuir. Whether it is studies examining chemicals, sugary drinks or any number of other ordinary things, the number and frequency of news reports about relatively benign activities and substances that appear under alarmist headlines are rapidly increasing. Read the full article on

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