Plastic has its role in modern society. But there’s one place where plastic has worn out its welcome – and that’s as a container for our food and water.
New research suggests that many of the BPA-free plastic alternatives have the same properties that make BPA so harmful.
Research shows that exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) may triggure migraine headaches.
Toxic titanium dioxide nanoparticles are in toothpaste, drugs and excipient-heavy supplements as a pill coating, food products -- even milk.
The World Health Organization recently released a study detailing the disturbing endocrine disrupting effects of chemicals used in many common household cleaning supplies.
Though the FDA refuses to enact a ban on BPA in canned foods, these companies have already removed the chemical from their products.
The list of health complications related to BPA seems to keep getting longer. Now childhood obesity is linked to exposure to this dangerous hormone disruptor.
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Researchers studying Shiner fish have discovered that the hormone disruptor, BPA, has made its way to our aquatic ecosystem and is impacting our marine life.
The government announced Tuesday that it will ban BPA from all baby bottles and sippy cups. But, unfortunately, that doesn't mean consumers can rest assured.