BPA presents "some concern," FDA says

The Food and Drug Administration issued a statement that exposure to bisphenol A, even at low levels, might be harmful to children according to some studies. The FDA does not recommend that the public change its use of infant formula or foods, "as the benefit of a stable source of good nutrition outweighs the potential risk of BPA exposure." The American Chemistry Council said it was "disappointed that some of the recommendations are likely to worry consumers and are not well-founded."

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