Study suggests BPA exposure impacts fertility
from Plastics News
Female mice injected with low doses of bisphenol A experienced both a decline in fertility and in the number of pups in their litters after their first pregnancy, according to a study conducted by a research team at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. The findings, published online Dec. 2 in the scientific journal "Environmental Health Perspectives," also suggested an increased risk of breast and prostate cancers, obesity and more masculine behavior in female mice from doses of BPA, as low as 25 nanograms/kilogram.
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