BPA exposure and semen quality

The controversial BPA aka bisphenol A makes the headlines again. And this time it is the men that should pay attention. A new study recently published in the journal Fertility and Sterility found … [Read more...]

More bad news about BPA

The story of BPA aka bisphenol A is not yet over. In fact, researchers believe that what we currently know about this compound is just the tip of the iceberg. As you may recall, BPA is a compound used … [Read more...]

BPA linked to male sexual dysfunction and infertility

BPA aka bisphenol A is in the headlines again but this time it has nothing to do with baby bottles and formulas. It is more about where babies come from – male fertility. The research institute … [Read more...]

FDA changes its tune about BPA

The story of BPA aka bisphenol A takes an unexpected yet welcome turn last Janaury when no less than the US FDA admitted that BPA may be bad you and for your family. Yes, this is the same FDA that … [Read more...]

Know your carcinogens: the latest on BPA

Resource Post for November Ever since it hit the news late last year, bisphenol A (BPA) is getting more and more notorious. The latest development in the BPA story is this - researchers at the … [Read more...]

Protecting yourself and your family from BPA

                                    Ever since the bad news about bisphenol A (BPA) broke, I have become more and more wary of plastics. Unfortunately, I've found out that we can't … [Read more...]

Is your plastic bottle making you (and your heart) sick?

This chemical attracted attention last year when Nalgene plastic bottles were taken off the shelves in Canada. The chemical is called bisphenol A or BPA and it is used in the manufacture of … [Read more...]

Cancer and Your Water Bottle

I've been vaguely reading the hype regarding water bottles and a potential cancer link. Recently I decided to do some digging into the topic. Here's what I found: BPA is the chemical causing the … [Read more...]

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