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

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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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