Many of us have read the studies about bisphenol-A, and know the chemical is best avoided when it comes to drinking containers
"This completely unravels the FDA's position that BPA is safe," said co-author Frederick vom Saal, an environmental health
Two recent moves in California illustrate just how difficult and time-consuming it can be to force something off the market
But not everyone is convinced that endocrine disruptors pose a public health risk, and the science is complicated, to put
And, of course, there are a lot of dogs around to study: about one mutt for every four Americans. "Both didn't feel good
Wait, so we may be setting the stage for diseases like breast cancer before a baby is even born?
Walmart's new policy signals a sea change for companies: complying with regulatory requirements is no longer enough; consumer demand has grown too loud to ignore.
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Yes, this is turning into a mutant species horror movie. We, the people, are being biologically changed, by chemicals that disrupt our endocrine and neural development.
Richard Denison, a senior scientist at the Environmental Defense Fund, noted that the EPA had withdrawn the two rules in
Chemicals in the everyday products we use in our homes may be negatively affecting our hormones, says a newly-released study by WHO, the World Health Organization.
"We just don't milk a cow with our hands anymore," said Swan. "Whenever food is processed through a tube, whether it's milk
90% of Americans have tested positive for Bisphenol A, commonly known as BPA. The scientific community is divided on how harmful this commonly found chemical may be. Joining Nancy Redd to shed light on the subject are guests Dr. Kim Harley, Dr. Frederick Vom Saal and Dr. Wolfgang Leidtke.
"Our study found that BPA may impair the development of the central nervous system, and raises the question as to whether