The latest study claiming that exposure to bisphenol A is associated with health risks is flawed, according to this commentary by Steven Milloy, the publisher of JunkScience.com. The study, which found that the risk of heart disease and diabetes more than doubled among people with the highest levels of BPA in their system, is questionable not only because of high margins of error but because the data collected was not verified and respondents were asked only whether a doctor or other health provider had ever told them that they have one of the diseases.

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