Avoiding BPA May Be Nearly Impossible, Study Finds

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CamelBak brand water bottles hang on display at an outdoor supply store on April 16, 2008 in Arcadia, California.
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Avoiding a chemical suspected to disrupt people’s hormones may be easier said than done, new research published in BMJ Open suggests . Despite following guidelines meant to reduce the amount of bisphenol A (BPA) in a person’s diet, about 90 percent of the people in the study still had traces of the chemical in their urine.…

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