- Despite ongoing scientific proof of BPA’s harm, regulators continue to say it’s safe.
- A new study also found the chemicals affect a whole new class of hormones.
- New findings suggest the chemical could have an immediate health impact on adults.
- The study raises the question of whether or not receipts should contain the endocrine-disrupting chemical.
- Men with prostate cancer have BPA in their urine at levels 2- to 4-fold higher than those who are cancer-free, a study claims
- The thin coating of powder on your store receipts is a chemical with a troubled history