Study: BPA could harm children's hearts, kidneys

01/15/2013 | Time.com

A new study published in Kidney International suggests that kidney and heart disease should be added to the risks to children associated with overexposure to bisphenol-A. Researchers at New York University found a correlation between high levels of BPA in the urine of children and adolescents and high levels of the protein albumin, which builds up when kidneys are damaged.

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