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BPA Lowers A Man’s Fertility

Posted on Sun Oct 31, 2010

BPA Lowers A Man’s Fertility
In a study conducted on male Chinese factory workers who had been exposed to bisphenol A (BPA), researchers found that BPA lowers a man’s sperm count and sperm quality. BPA is a common substance used in the production of plastic bottles, like water bottles and soda bottles. It is even used in the lining of tin cans. However, the public is finally starting to wake up to the dangers of BPA, and in the USA BPA has been banned in the production of baby bottles. However, the FDA has still not banned the substance for bottles used in adult food consumption, a decision that puts the fertility of men everywhere at risk.

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