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Another study links BPA with fertility concerns

Previous studies have shown the adverse health effects of prenatal exposure to the industrial chemical bisphenol A (BPA), but there is little evidence surrounding effects specifically on ovarian function. A new study now finds there is sufficient data to raise … Continue reading

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More evidence against plastics

Several studies have found that BPA, a chemical used to create plastics and epoxy resins, can affect hormones such as estrogen, testosterone, thyroid and insulin, which could affect a child’s gestation and early development. Now, a new study, in the … Continue reading

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More warnings against BPA

The chemical BPA (bisphenol A), found in many plastics, has been linked to a lot of health problems. Here’s another one specifically for pregnant women. A study in mice has found that exposing male fetuses to BPA could lead to … Continue reading

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BPA may increase infertility risk

The reasons why couples have trouble conceiving are often mysterious. But a new study published in the journal Human Reproduction may have uncovered one of the mysteries. Research has shown that exposure to BPA (Bisphenol-A) may contribute to some couples’ … Continue reading

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