We’ve been among those who have reported for years about the horrible effects of BPA exposure, from hormone disruption to obesity, infertility and reproductive disorders in both genders, breast cancer, prostrate cancer, behavioral problems, brain impairment, hypertension and more. Obviously, alternatives to this dangerous chemical are desperately needed, but we’ve also reported on the negative health effects from BPA’s main replacement: BPS. Washington State University was one of the first … Continue reading