Report Raises Alarm About Chemical Found in Plastics: dental fillings, baby bottles and sports water bottles.
Report Raises Alarm About Chemical Found in Plastics - washingtonpost.com
For the first time, the federal government is raising health alarms about bisphenol A BPA, a chemical in plastics that is used in such varied items as dental fillings, baby bottles and sports water bottles.
The National Toxicology Program, part of the National Institutes of Health, released a draft report today that says exposure to the chemical may be linked to breast cancer, prostate cancer, early puberty in girls and such behavioral changes as hyperactivity. It urged further study.
Sam Adams recalls bottled beer | WWAY NewsChannel 3 | Wilmington NC News
CINCINNATI — The makers of Samuel Adams beer are calling back some bottles because they could be contaminated with pieces of glass.
The company says its inspectors found a problem with 12-ounce bottles at its Cincinnati brewery.
If you have this beer, look on the bottom of the bottle for the letter “N” followed by the number 35 and the letters “OI.”
The company says there are no reports of injuries so far