Over the past few years, research has linked Bisphenol-A (BPA) to a wide range of adverse health effects such as obesity, behavioral changes, diabetes, early onset puberty, asthma, cardiovascular diseases, reproductive disorders and the development of prostate, breast and uterine cancer.
A new study from researchers in France looked at the effect that BPA can have on tooth enamel and found that BPA may also be destroying our teeth, making them more susceptible to pain, cavities and decay.
Read BPA: It’s also bad for your teeth
by Jenn Savedge, MotherNatureNetwork, 15 Jun 2013.
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Thanks a lot Tom