This Week's Topic:

Is BPA Safe Or Not?

BPA has been in common use for decades but recent experiments using rats have found it can cause abnormalities. And that media attention has caused companies to voluntarily stop using it. But the US FDA says it is safe while Canada bans it.

Is science on one side and activists on the other, like with GMOs and vaccines, or haven't enough studies been done?  As always, Science 2.0 wants to help you cut to the heart of the matter rather than simply promoting fear and doubt.
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BPA Causes Miscarriages (Or So The Headlines Say)

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What Do We Really Know About BPA And Fertility?

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Hysteria On BPA Debunked Again

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An End To The BPA Controversy? Toxic Effects Not Reproduced

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