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BPA Dangerous to Women, Children

Posted By Regan Zambri & Long || 11-Jun-2009

Posted by: Salvatore J. Zambri, Esquire and Catherine Bertram, Esquire

We have previously written to you about the dangers of bisphenol A (BPA)–a chemical used often in baby-bottles and other hard-plastic products, including food containers.  Medical News Today reports that BPA poses dangers to women as well.

According to the report, a team of U.S. scientists suggested that  BPA "may harm the heart, particularly in women, because of what they discovered in tests on female rats and mice."  The studies revealed that "exposure to BPA or estrogen or both made the hearts of female rats and mice behave abnormally."

Other studies have linked BPA to a variety of health problems, including neurological defects and  diabetes, as well as breast and prostate cancer.

We encourage you to carefully choose which products you purchase and aim to buy only those products that pose no health-risk at all.

Our firm has experience pursing cases for children and adults who have been harmed by defective products.  If you think you have been injured by a defective product, we encourage you to read a portion of a book regarding products liability authored by senior partner Salvatore Zambri.

For information about your legal rights, please click here or contact us at Regan Zambri & Long, PLLC at 202-759-6699.

 

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