Baby bottles and drinking bottles have been the traditional focus, but many of the canned goods we consume also contain a layer of BPA between the metal can and the food or beverage it contains. In fact, for decades, nearly all tin cans have been lined with a plastic containing BPA. This plastic lining makes it possible for food products to maintain their quality and taste, while extending their shelf life. But it comes at a cost. Exposure to BPA is a concern because of possible health effects of BPA on the brain, behavior and prostate glands of fetuses, infants and children.
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