Is BPA-free safe? More importantly, do most plastic goods that state they do not contain BPA disrupt our hormones? Scientists say most do, and most BPA-free plastics still disrupt hormones and many contain another type of bisphenol. Find out why and how to reduce our hormone disruption.
Tagged: endocrine disruptors
Research being presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the AAAS is shedding doubt that current levels of human exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) is disrupting hormones to the extent characterized by many. Are we really safe from hormone disruptors?
Researchers from Simmons College have found the breastmilk of most women and the urine samples of most babies contain the hormone disruptor bisphenol A (BPA).
Canadian researchers have determined, in an analysis of over 24,000 possible jobs, that certain occupations are associated with increased breast cancer incidence among women.