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June 8, 2011

Water salinity and maternal health.

Bangladesh stands at the forefront of climate change, with its coastal region witnessing dramatic sea-level rise over the last three decades. The resultant sea-water intrusion is increasing salinity in coastal drinking water, with severe health consequ...

Exposure routes confound BPA debate.

Concern over potentially harmful health effects from exposure to the estrogen-​mimicking compound bisphenol A initially leveled a spotlight on baby bottles and food cans. But that focus has left several other potentially important sources of estrogen...

BPA is indispensible for making plastics.

Polymer producers are in a pickle. Bisphenol A is a versatile and valuable chemical building block that makers of high-performance plastics don't want to give up. But BPA is under intense scientific scrutiny for being an endocrine disrupter, and consum...
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