26 Feb '12, 1pm

More Solid Research Links BPA to Heart Disease

While more and more research is linking BPA to a number of health problems including cancer, reproductive problems , behavioral problems in children , liver problems, and diabetes , heart disease has been less well known. While one study at the University of Exeter showed a correlation between BPA and heart disease , it didn’t show a cause and effect relationship, and therefore, it couldn’t predict future heart health. But a new extensive study conducted at Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry , University of Exeter, and The European Center for the Environment and Human Health, took the previous study’s research a step further. The study followed healthy people for ten years by comparing urine samples to pinpoint BPA levels, according to a story in Science Daily . Researchers used urine samples from 758 study participants that were initially considered healthy but l...

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