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Exposure to BPA Higher than Previously Thought

The Telegraph,  June 6, 2011
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More Bisphenol A, which can interfere with the way hormones are processed and so may affect fertility, is absorbed into the blood and accumulated through diet than previous lab tests had shown. Scientists fear it may mean that humans are at greater risk from the substance, found in the lining of food and drink containers as well as baby bottles and plastic cutlery.

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