Prenatal Exposure to BPA Might Affect Children's Later Behavior

A new study in this week's Pediatrics medical journal suggests that prenatal exposure to bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical found in many products, including food and beverage containers, is linked to behavioral and emotional problems in 3-year-old children. Some environmental and child health experts say the findings support the argument that BPA is harmful to children's development, a position that has been under debate for the past several years. In the study, researchers from the Harvard...Full Story
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