Scientist describes Fear of BPA-Baby Bottles as “Completely Mad”

“BPA Bottles Harm Babies? Only If You Batter Them With One, Says Top British Scientist,” By Trevor Butterworth.
After stepping down as chief scientific advisor to the British government on April 1, Sir John Beddington Sir John Beddington exhaled a long list of real and nonsense risks that politicians should do more to fight for and against at a valedictory discussion held at the UK’s Science Media Centre. Of particular interest to readers of this column are his comments on the failure of politicians – and particularly the European Union – to grasp the difference between a hazard and a risk when crafting policy. A hazard is something that can cause harm; a risk is the probability that a hazard will cause harm. Read the full article on

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