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While I eagerly await the FDA's decision to do the right thing and ban BPA in products (plastics, canned foods), I wanted to share a good summary website http://www.ewg.org/reports/bisphenola of the science showing why BPA is toxic. It acts like an estrogen, so it can feed breast/ovarian/endometrial tumors. It has decreased male sperm counts. IT is possibly a MAJOR factor in the obesity epidemic ("chemical calories"). And, most terrifying, it's detected at toxic levels in newborns'…

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von FOCUS Online

Killer-Katze attackiert Frau - Video

Ein ungleicher Straßenkampf im amerikanischen Detroit: Eine Frau versucht eine Katze zu vertreiben und tritt ihr Schnee ins Gesicht. Doch die Ninja-Katze weiß sich mit einer unglaublichen Attacke zu wehren.

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Greening Supply Chain Series: Bisphenol A (BPA) in Medical Products: Responding to Health Concerns June 25, 2013

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von FOCUS Online

Worin überall Bisphenol A steckt

http://www.focus.de/wissen/bild-der-wissenschaft/tid-17956/chemikalien-worin-ueberall-bisphenol-a-steckt_aid_500269.html

Bisphenol A exposure during adulthood alters expression of aromatase and 5α-reductase isozymes in rat prostate. - PubMed - NCBI

von About.com News & Issues

How Reusing Plastic Bottles Can Be a Health Risk

Reusing Plastic Bottles

von My Plastic-free Life

Bisphenol-A (aka BPA): What is it? Where is it? Why do we care

Bisphenol-A (aka BPA): What is it? Where is it? Why do we care? - My Plastic-free Life

Stop using plastic water bottles! BPA is a dangerous chemical used to make the flimsy plastic bottles water is sold in. Read more here. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

von DES Daughter Network

Environment and sustainable Health, Children with Cancer, Pregnancy and Drugs: our Responsability

Bisphenol,Hörbuchs Ungekürzt,Krebs-Medikamente,Tutu Projecttm,Safe,Gericht,Unabridged Chapter,Lung Cancer,Breast Cancer

The Environmental Health Sciences was founded by Pete Myers, author of Our Stolen Future, a book (1996) that explores the scientific basis of concern for how contamination threatens fetal development. Myers is now actively involved in primary research on the impacts of endocrine disruption on human health.

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