Pandemic precautions have given new life to disposable plastic products, which the industry claims are more "hygienic" than reusables. But critics say there's no scientific evidence this is so.
By Jessica Heiges, Kate O'Neill, The Conversation
The chemical bisphenol A, known as BPA, is used to make many common plastic products used in U.S. homes, including baby bottles. Scientists and expert panels have been tasked with determining whether BPA has adverse effects on human health.
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