We will be exposed to BPA in our daily lives at a level well above the safe recommended limits.

We will be exposed to BPA in our daily lives at a level well above the safe recommended limits, said the study’s lead author, Surya Singh, associate professor in the biochemistry department of the University. In this study we have tried to explore what might be the result if constantly continuously exposed to BPA in our routine life. .

Rtility decreased BPADaily exposure to a chemical that is widely used in the human environment, bisphenol A causes reduced fertility in male mice, according to the results of a new study at the Endocrine Society 93rd Annual Meeting presented in Boston.##The study – Understanding Won Characteristics of Adult Learners – was released in a recent issue of Respiratory Technologies Education Annual.

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