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What You Need to Know About Plastic Baby Bottles

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The Case Against Plastic Bottles


The scientific consensus is constantly changing. One needs only to look at products that were in widespread use for decades before their adverse properties were discovered (such as lead paint), to understand the danger of presuming we have all the facts. It's beyond dispute that BPA is a harmful chemical, and that it is present in polycarbonate plastic. Although the bulk of the evidence available suggests no health danger from using such bottles, you may prefer to err on the side of caution, and seek alternatives.

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