BPA

Canned soup 'doesn't lead' to higher than expected levels of BPA in blood

A new research has revealed that coating the mouth with BPA-containing food, like soup, does not lead to higher than expected levels of BPA in blood.

BPA exposure worse for female hearts than males

A new study has revealed that bisphenol A (BPA) exposure may put females at greater risk of damage from stress as compared to males.

Having food from cans lined with Bisphenol can increase your BP

 Having food or drinks from cans lined with the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) could heighten your blood pressure, says a new study.

Bottle-feeding may risk your baby's health

Toxic substance in plastic, known as Bisphenol A, or BPA found in bottles used to feed babies can be potentially harmful to their health and can cause several diseases.

Prenatal exposure to BPA linked to diminished lung function in kids

 A new study has revealed that prenatal exposure to bisphenol A (BPA, a common chemical used in some plastics) appears to be inconsistently associated with diminished lung function and the development of persistent wheeze in children.

Warm bottled water may be bad for your health, warn scientists

A new study by scientists from the scientists University of Florida has warned against drinking water from a bottle if it had been left somewhere warm for a long time.

Papermaking waste could be safer, greener alternative to BPA

Researchers have said that a waste product from making paper could yield a safer, greener alternative to the potentially harmful chemical BPA, which is used in many plastics.

Bihar policemen to go on mass leave from Oct 10

Over 70,000 policemen in Bihar have decided to go on a mass leave for five days from October 10 to press for hike in salaries and perks among other demands.

Bihar: 65,000 policemen to go on mass leave

Escalating its agitation for pay raise and other demands, BPA launched a signature campaign for over 65,000 constables to go on five days` mass leave.

BPA exposure may cause fertility problems

Exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) during pregnancy leads to epigenetic changes that may cause permanent reproduction problems for female offspring, a new study in mice has found.

BPA exposure may lead to fertility problems in female offspring

Exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) during pregnancy leads to epigenetic changes that may cause permanent reproduction problems for female offspring, a new study in mice has found.