Comments for: Study suggests tie between BPA chemical and child obesity

Posted Sept. 19, 2012, at 8:30 a.m.

NEW YORK — A provocative new study suggests a connection between the BPA chemical used in food packaging and childhood obesity, but the researchers say their findings don’t prove it’s the cause. While most people have traces of the plastics chemical in their bodies, the study found that children with …

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  • Anonymous

    Another conclusion looking for a problem.

    How far will the nannys go to prove that BPA is bad for you?

    The fact that there are TEN teaspoons of sugar in a 12 oz can of coke and all the other garbage that uninvolved parents allow their offspring to eat probably has nothing to do with childhood obesity, eh?

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, really, like Uncle Paulie said who’s afraid of a little moustach growth on women from BPA. I guess the nannys are upset though, and maybe concerned on the known adverse health effects of BPA on her children. I say ban it altogether, profit making poison that it is.

      • Anonymous

        Hardly a “poison” or we’d all be dead.   The short lifetime in the body is most telling against a blanket indictment.  

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