Scientists have reported that Biophenol A does not only causes reproductive defects in males, but it also affects the structure of the uterus in females leading to pyometra - the infection and inflammation of the uterus, a potentially fatal infection. Mice exposed to different levels of BPA in their food developed proportionate risks of pyometra. Consumers outrage and court intervention has made the FDA to consider banning BPA and mega corporations like Campbell's are forced to omit them from their products. BPA is present in personal care products, plastic water bottles and food containers. The wear and tear of these materials and heat exposure increases your rate of BPA exposure.
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