COLUMBIA — A new study by researchers at MU and other scientists at the University of California-Davis and Washington State University concluded that human exposure to bisphenol A, a toxic chemical found in many consumer products, is eight to 10 times higher than the EPA “safe” daily intake dose and poses a threat to human health.
MU researchers believe high levels of BPA dangerous
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