Urinary phenols and parabens and diabetes among US adults, NHANES 2005–2014

May 7, 2020

Through this exploratory research study, it is being claimed that concrete links have been found to exist between presence of Bisphenol A (BPA) in human body and reproductive health problems, including endometriosis, infertility, diabetes, asthma, obesity and harming fetal neurodevelopment. These studies have also revealed that many BPA substitutes are potentially even worse than BPA and have looked at how these chemicals act in combination with other chemical exposures that can also come from a variety of sources.

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