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California bans BPA in baby bottles and cups

BPA in baby bottles will be no more! At least not in California, after July 1, 2013. As the Greenspace blog is reporting this afternoon, Governor Jerry Brown has signed the Toxin-Free Infants and Toddlers Act, which bans the chemical bisphenol-A from baby bottles and toddlers' drinking cups. BPA has been linked to all sorts of nasty health problems, so this is good news all around.

Previously: Cutting out canned, packaged foods can reduce exposure to BPA, Study shows BPA exposure may affect fertility of female offspring, FDA expresses concern over BPA, but doesn’t ban it, Could BPA be linked to heart disease, too? and Bye, bye BPA baby bottles
Via @CAHealthReport

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