BPA and the Lagging Law

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The American Medical Association supports banning the sale of baby bottles and infant feeding cups containing bisphenol A (BPA), a compound used to harden plastics, due to the numerous studies that suggest negative health effects to be associated with BPA. Although the Food and Drug Administration determined materials containing BPA in the foods market to be safe, Canada, Japan and countries in the European Union have found BPA to be dangerous enough to impose a ban on its use in baby bottles.

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