BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice
BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice
The plastic ingredients BPS and diphenyl sulfone cause chromosomal abnormalities, and the effects can last for generations.
BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice
BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice

The plastic ingredients BPS and diphenyl sulfone cause chromosomal abnormalities, and the effects can last for generations.

The plastic ingredients BPS and diphenyl sulfone cause chromosomal abnormalities, and the effects can last for generations.

BPA
BPA Exposure Alters Behavior and Brain Development in Mice: Study
BPA Exposure Alters Behavior and Brain Development in Mice: Study
Jim Daley | Mar 20, 2018
The effects occurred after rodents consumed the chemical in levels 10- or 20-fold below the recommended daily dose for humans.  
FDA Report on BPA’s Health Effects Raises Concerns
FDA Report on BPA’s Health Effects Raises Concerns
Ashley Yeager | Feb 28, 2018
The pre-peer review assessment finds the compound has “minimal effects,” but endocrinologists and others say key data have yet to come out.
Opinion: Toxic Time Bombs
Opinion: Toxic Time Bombs
Robert Martin | Sep 25, 2017
Decades of evidence point to the untoward health effects of endocrine disruptor exposures, yet little is being done to regulate the chemicals.
Effects of BPA Substitutes
Effects of BPA Substitutes
Kerry Grens | Apr 11, 2016
Two studies add to the evidence that replacements for the plastic additive affect cells and animals in the same, untoward ways as bisphenol A.
BPA Disrupts Zebrafish Neurogenesis
BPA Disrupts Zebrafish Neurogenesis
Tracy Vence | Jan 15, 2015
Exposure to bisphenol A or its alternative, bisphenol S, reduces the generation of new neurons in the embryonic animal’s hypothalamus, according to a small study.
BPA Dangers in Pregnancy?
BPA Dangers in Pregnancy?
Edyta Zielinska | May 28, 2013
Pregnant mice exposed to the chemical used in many plastics have offspring with behavioral abnormalities.
US Doesn’t Ban BPA
Jef Akst | Apr 2, 2012
The FDA announces that BPA will continue to be permitted in food and beverage containers.