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Facts About BPA

BPA Now Linked to Asthma: Test Your BPA Knowledge

Step away from your bottles! The concern over bisphenol A, otherwise known as BPA, has been on the rise for the past few years leading many baby product companies to change their manufacturing procedures. Earlier this week, at the Pediatric Academic Societies' annual meeting, researchers presented information tying the prenatal exposure to the plastics byproduct with childhood asthma. While many states are in the process of banning BPA from baby and kids products, how much do you understand about this chemical and its effects on the human body? Take this quiz to test your BPA knowledge.

BPA Now Linked to Asthma: Test Your BPA Knowledge

In which of the following products is BPA primarily used?

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MrsGoGetah MrsGoGetah 4 years
This is great information that I intend on sharing with everyone I know! 80% woot!
FrankiLee FrankiLee 6 years
This is why I have been using stainless steel and/or glass containers for everything. We have a "Think Baby" feeding set that I absolutely love! I am slowly trying to weed out all of our plastic stuff -- I just don't want to risk it. Who knows what is being leeched into our food when plastic is warmed in the microwave, frozen, etc.
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