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Studies Prove BPA Can Cross Placenta to Fetuses

Totes McGotes (1828842) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Totes McGotes (1828842) writes "From canned food to plastic bottles, Bisphenol-A seems to be cropping up everywhere, and now two new studies show that BPA crosses the placenta from pregnant mother to fetus freely. Plus, the research found that chemical transformations occur in the fetus allowing inactive BPA to be converted to the active form."
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BJ_Covert_Action (1499847) | more than 4 years ago | (#32499730)

For reference, a better, more detailed article of the studies can be found here [] or at the URL below: []

I think this is the original article that the blog linked to summarizes.
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