#BPS (a #BPA Replacement) alters Hormones at low Doses, Study finds, by @EnvirHealthNews

BPA replacement alters hormones at low doses, study finds

Ultrasound images are printed on thermal paper that contains BPS

Just like the controversial Bisphenol A that it designed to replace, Bisphenol S chemical used in cash register receipts and other consumer products messes with hormones, according to research by University of Texas scientists. The study is the first to link low concentrations of BPS – a BPA alternative – to disruption of estrogen, spurring concern that it might harm human health. Researchers exposed rat cells to levels of BPS that are within the range people are exposed to…. and, just like BPA, the compound interfered with how cells respond to natural estrogen, which is vital for reproduction and other functions.

Read BPA replacement alters hormones at low doses, study finds
by Brian Bienkowski, Environmental Health News, Jan. 17, 2013

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