BPA No Risk to Babies

news_views_icon“New Study Challenges Assumptions about BPA and Babies,” By Center for Accountability in Science.3 months adorable  baby girl drinking from plastic bottle in her
Bisphenol-A (BPA) is everywhere–it’s a key ingredient in plastics, used in the lining of cans, and countless other applications. Even after it was phased out of baby bottles and sippy cups, researchers have still found levels of BPA in infants. And even though recent comprehensive reviews of BPA research by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and European Food Safety Authority concluded BPA poses no health risk, even to infants, the presence of BPA in their children’s bodies worries many parents. Read more.

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