BPA replacement alters hormones at low doses, study finds

We broke this story in April 2011.

“Just like the controversial compound it’s designed to replace, a chemical used in cash register receipts and other consumer products messes with hormones, according to research published today.” [Environment Health News]

[BPA-free isn’t]

One thought on “BPA replacement alters hormones at low doses, study finds”

  1. People never learn. New stuff (e.g., BPA) is introduced because the old stuff it replaces (e.g., glass, metal, ceramic, wood, etc.) is worse, too expensive, or no longer available. Nothing is risk-free, and all decisions are trade-offs.

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