It’s impossible for a statistical study to link current BPA exposure with a common chronic disease.
Plastics & Rubber Weekly reports:
A UK study that followed people over a 10-year period shows that healthy individual’s with high urine concentrations of Bisphenol A (BPA) were more likely to later develop heart disease.
The researchers at the University of Exeter’s Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry and the European Centre for the Environment and Human Health in association with the University of Cambridge, added that they “can’t be certain that BPA itself is responsible”.
More research needed to determine whether the link is causal, they concluded…