Study links BPA to cardiac risk in older men

Research released Tuesday found that 60-year-old American men who had the highest levels of bisphenol A in their urine had about a 45% greater chance of developing cardiovascular disease than peers with lower exposure levels. American Chemistry Council spokesman Steven Hentges said the study did not establish a cause-and-effect relationship between exposure and heart disease.

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