Research shows even "safe" levels of BPA exposure in the womb is detrimental to children; it contributes to neurodevelopment and gender development issues

Research shows even "safe" levels of BPA exposure in the womb is detrimental to children; it contributes to neurodevelopment and gender development issues
(Natural News) Many people are aware of the fact that BPA (bisphenol A) is a harmful chemical found in a number of products and is often used in plastic containers. But new research has shown that the dangers of BPA are more expansive than previously thought. Recent findings from North Carolina State University indicate that…
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