Also, plastic containers marked with the recycle numbers 1,2,4, or 5 are made without BPA
2013), and was also detected (along with free BPA
sulfate) in midgestation fetuses in a U.
Also included in category #7 are plastics that contain bisphenol S (BPS), the primary chemical alternative to BPA
, which may also have negative health effects (see Caution: "BPA
A 2011 experiment by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health indicated that BPA
used in the lining of food cans is absorbed by the food and then ingested by consumers.
Vom Sl added that their latest study shows that BPA
causes damage to developing systems of monkey fetuses, and this is of great concern for human fetuses.
Mainzer led BPA
s strategic planning and asset management programs, and provided policy direction for BPA
s work on renewable resource integration and technology innovation.
continuous external BPA
exposure appears to lead to sustained concentrations that are detectable in serum or plasma of humans who have not been knowingly exposed to this endocrine-disrupting chemical' (Environ Health Perspect, 2011;119:1260-5).
None have offered the exceptional high standards, good value, passion and flexibility to a client's needs as I experienced so far with the BPA
The timing of BPA
exposure appears to be important in the development of prostate cancer.
Despite the fact that BPA
has been known to be an estrogenic substance since the 1930s, no concerns were raised about its potential for causing health problems as an endocrine disrupter until 1997, when adverse effects of low-dose exposure to laboratory animals were first reported.
Another more exhaustive study of BPA
in thermal paper receipts and 14 other types of papers found the chemical in a whopping 94 percent of samples from the U.
The results: several hours after lunch, BPA
levels in the participants' urine were 12 times higher after the canned than after the fresh soup.