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Among cans purchased in Canada, 86 per cent contained BPA.
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The promise is a response to concerns that the chemical has health risks.
Eating well doesn't require deprivation. Armed with little understanding of what foods (and food-like substances) you should avoid will be a huge part of guaranteeing you will not become one of those statistics in my waiting room. Here are my top 10 offenders when it comes to foods to avoid.
CALGARY - A University of Calgary study has found that a common ingredient in consumer products can cause hyperactivity in zebrafish.Bisphenol A, a chemical used to make household plastics and epoxy r...
Children and teens with higher levels of BPA, a chemical used in canned foods, are more likely to be overweight and obese but whether the chemical caused the weight gain can’t be answered. The issue...
OTTAWA - Most of the toxic Bisphenol A contained in products Canadians use every day is either destroyed or winds up in landfills, says a new study for Environment Canada.The finding helps to allay co...