The latest news on Bisphenol A
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Science & the Public Blog: Red flecks will mark North American thermal-receipt paper that is BPA-free.
Finding suggests handling store receipts could be significant source of internal exposure.
Plus, how to reduce your exposure to bisphenol A.
But analysis finds exposure to the controversial chemical is short-lived, with health effects unclear.
Being overweight and exposure to environmental chemicals can increase the risk.
Problem is, you can't tell which ones host the hormone mimic.
Bisphenol A's 'twin' may have more potent hormone effects.
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