Manufacturers have removed bisphenol A, or BPA, from baby bottles and infant formula packages, but steps may need to be taken to safeguard developing fetuses in the womb, says a report from the Breast Cancer Fund. Exposure to BPA in the first 11 weeks of a pregnancy is linked to an increased risk for breast and prostate cancer, as well as neurological and immune system problems, according to the report.

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