Study finds chemicals in packaging contribute to diabetes, obesity

08/19/2013 | Nature World News

Chemicals contained in some food packaging could contribute to obesity and pre-diabetes in children, according to a new study released by researchers at New York University. The study found that packaging containing phthalates could put teens at an increased risk of insulin resistance and that the presence of bisphenol A could increase the risk of obesity.

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