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Release of report: Bottles can be Toxic: An Investigative Study on Bisphenol-A in baby Feeding Bottles in India

Source: Toxics Link, Date: October , 2014

Toxics Link released a report “Bottles can be Toxic: An Investigative Study on Bisphenol-A in baby Feeding Bottles in India”. The report found that baby feeding bottles sold in India are made of Bisphenol-A or BPA; a chemical which is endocrine disrupting and impacts the mental and physical health. Currently, a range of chemicals are used in manufacturing plastic products that interfere with our body’s hormonal production, release, transportation, binding, and other activities that are instrumental in normal human growth; and one of the most harmful is the Bisphenol A (BPA). The study will not only help the policy makers and enforcing agencies in taking immediate steps, but will also act as a grave reminder to the manufacturers of such feeding bottles.

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