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Exposure to a gender-bending chemical found in receipts and plastic water bottles may cause inflammatory bowel disease, study finds

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  • Chemical bisphenol A (BPA) is also found in the lining of canned foods 
  • Causes inflammation and gut bacteria changes associated with the disease
  • Occurs after exposure considered safe by the Environmental Protection Agency 
  • The US Food and Drug Administration has banned BPA from baby bottles 
  • The European Commission prohibits it being added to receipts from 2020
  • Exposure to a gender-bending chemical found in receipts and plastic water bottles may cause inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), new research suggests.

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    Exposure to bisphenol A (BPA), which is also found in the lining of canned foods, causes the same inflammation and gut bacteria changes in mice that occur in Crohn's and ulcerative colitis patients, a US study found.

    This occurs after the animals are exposed to 0.05mg/kg of BPA a day, which is the level considered safe by the Environmental Protection Agency. 

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    BPA, which reacts with oestrogen and thyroid hormone receptors, has been linked to infertility, autism, ADHD, obesity, type 2 diabetes, premature births and early onset of puberty. BPA is called a gender bender due it encouraging male breast growth.

    The US Food and Drug Administration has banned BPA from baby bottles, while the European Commission prohibits the chemical from being added to receipts from 2020. 

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5925119/Exposure-gender-bending-chemical-bank-notes-cause-inflammatory-bowel-disease.html

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