Disrupted Development: The Dangers of Prenatal BPA Exposure, by @BreastCancerFnd on Flickr #BPA

Disrupted Development:

Disrupted Development: The Dangers of Prenatal BPA Exposure

The 2013 Breast Cancer Fund Report

A 2013 Report by the Breast Cancer Fund

  • Protecting Us from BPA = Protecting the Next Generation
  • A Brief History of BPA
  • Prenatal Exposure to BPA: Exploring the Science
  • DES: A Cautionary Tale
  • Health Effects of Prenatal BPA Exposure
  • Table 1. Prenatal BPA Exposure and Biological Effects in Animals
  • Table 2. Prenatal BPA Exposure and Health Associations in Humans
  • Solutions: Getting BPA out of Food Packaging
  • Alternatives to BPA
  • APPENDIX 1 – Maternal BPA Levels in Humans
  • APPENDIX 2 – Prenatal BPA Levels in Humans
  • APPENDIX 3 – Research Methods: Making Sense of Animal and Human Studies

Sources: Breast Cancer Fund’s report ” Disrupted Development: The Dangers of Prenatal BPA Exposure “, a comprehensive review of the scientific literature on prenatal BPA exposure, September 2013.

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4 Comments

  1. eavdailytips

     /  05/01/2014

    Thanks for sharing Dom
    Oncle Gerrit

    Reply
  2. patricepaquette

     /  06/01/2014

    Reblogged this on ReblogSocial.
    patrice

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