BPA Linked to Behavioral Problems in Girls

Pre-natal exposure to chemical used in plastics might affect development.
0:24 | 10/24/11

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New concerns this morning about that chemical widely used in plastic food containers and drink containers BP A researchers found that mothers with high levels of BP A during pregnancy. Had daughters who were more likely to be anxious and depressed and have poor emotional control at age three. But they found no link between BP A exposure in pregnancy and behavior problems in boys.

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