Bisphenol A (BPA), an estrogenic chemical linked to breast cancer and other health problems, has been found for the first time in the umbilical cord blood of newborn American babies, according to a study out today.
Despite months of additional study and a self-imposed timetable, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration likely will not release its ruling Monday on the safety of bisphenol A.
Yet another reason to avoid bisphenol A in your own life and advocate for those who don’t have the luxury of choosing safer alternatives.
In case you missed them on Facebook, we’ll be reposting breast cancer prevention tips each Friday here on our blog. So, welcome to our first roundup.
In late August, SIGG admitted that its bottles were lined with a resin made with BPA until August 2008. To say we are disappointed is a woeful understatement.
Stop by St. John’s Well Family & Child Center in Los Angeles tomorrow and trade your old, toxic (BPA-containing) baby bottle for a BPA-free bottle.
The answer, of course, is no, according to just about everyone except the chemical industry and the metal packaging industry.