Ninety percent of urine samples of the general populations in the U.S. contain traces of BPA.
This is the first of two parts of a major study evaluating the potential health effects of BPA. The final conclusions won't be available until 2019.
"You can choose to go organic, you can become a vegan, but according to this particular study, you couldn't choose to be free of BPA in your diet."
We are all guinea pigs, according to a new film.
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