When I was pregnant with my daughter three years ago, no one in my doctor’s office mentioned anything about the potential risks associated with chemical exposures, nor did they mention anything about the steps I could take to avoid these exposures.
Our friends at Klean Kanteen have been long-time supporters of the Breast Cancer Fund and were BPA-free before it was trendy.
FDA’s ban on BPA in baby formula is another milestone in the people-powered movement to to get BPA out of our food.
Food deserts disproportionately expose people of color to toxic chemicals like BPA in food packaging. Article co-written with food justice organization.
A statement by Janet Nudelman, director of program and policy, on the Ban Poisonous Additives Act of 2013.
“The Prop 65 listing is yet another indictment of this toxic chemical that industry continues to argue is safe, despite waves of peer-reviewed scientific studies finding that BPA harms reproduction and is linked to breast cancer.”
Two strikes against BPA this week: California’s Prop 65 and French report advising pregnant women to avoid exposure to the chemical.
A new study suggests that an individual may not be able to avoid food packaging chemicals like phthalates and BPA by cutting out canned and plastic-wrapped foods.
What does it take for a modern American family to lower its BPA levels? Author Florence Williams offers a peek into her stint in the nearly-plastic-free world.
Too little, too late is how the Breast Cancer Fund characterizes the FDA’s decision to ban BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups.