November 15: Public health measures to ban the use of Bisphenol-A (BPA) would be premature until recent research results could be confirmed, says the World Health Organization (WHO). BPA, used in the manufacture of epoxy coatings for metal cans and a number of plastics containers, has been under attack from campaigners in North America. But…

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