Too Much Media Alarmism on BPA

news_views_icon“Too Much BPA?, ByThe Center for Accountability in Science Team.soup
A study published in Environmental Research last week fanned the flames of anti-chemical activists when it drew a link between canned food consumption and the presence of increased levels of Bisphenol-A (BPA) in the urine. The study itself isn’t what we take issue with. In fact, it brought together some of the brightest minds at Stanford, Johns Hopkins, and Columbia Universities. Their research was thorough, encompassing over 6,000 participants, and the researchers took great care to differentiate between plausible and definite sources of BPA. For that, we applaud them. We cannot, however, award the same praise upon the media coverage of the study. Read more.

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