BPA Exposure During Early Pregnancy Linked to Infant Wheezing

We've been keeping a close eye on news about the relationship between BPA and asthma and allergies. We've talked about this subject before. (See BPA, Allergies, and Asthma and BPA, Triclosan Linked to Allergies.) A new study seems to provide further evidence of a connection between BPA exposure and respiratory trouble, reports CNN.com.

The research, presented at the Pediatric Academic Society's annual meeting, indicates that the higher the amount of BPA an expectant mother is exposed to early in her pregnancy, the more likely it is that her newborn will experience wheezing during the first three years of life. According to pediatrician Dr. Adam of Penn State

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