BPA not linked to type 2 diabetes: Who said it was, anyway?

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As we have often noted, independent and government-sponsored studies worldwide have repeatedly found that normal exposure to the plastic hardener bisphenol-A (BPA) poses no risk to human health. Further supporting this is a new clinical study out of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine that found no correlation between BPA levels in urine and type 2 diabetes. The study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine this month, involved over 3,400 residents of Shanghai.

ACSH s Dr. Gilbert Ross was pleased to hear that the findings of this clinical study support what other research has already confirmed: Ordinary exposure to BPA is not something we need to worry about, despite the alarmist media headlines so frequently supplied by activist anti-chemical groups.