Editorializing on BPA and the FDA's failure to act, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said earlier this week:
It's better to make the right decision than a hasty one. But we know this: There is ample reason to suspect BPA in a range of human illnesses. The ubiquitous chemical is found in everything from hardened plastics to the lining of metal food containers and is present in the urine of more than 93% of American adults and more than 90% of newborns. Even at very low doses, it is believed to interrupt the body's endocrine system. (Read complete article.)
We certainly agree.