Rodent Tests Reveal Little About BPA Risk

news_views_icon“The Public Demonization Of Bisphenol-A: I Smell A Rat,” by Patrick Michaels.labrat150
I’ve been following the saga of Bisphenol-A, aka BPA, for over three years now, ever since I used it as a case study in my course “Public Science and Public Policy.” BPA is a current rage as a cause of all things evil: cancer, diabetes, obesity, heart disease and probably flatulence. BPA in tiny amounts is in a lot of things that we eat that come out of a can. It’s a popular liner that prevents corrosion and extends shelf life, no doubt contributing to some reduction in cases of food poisoning. Read More at

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