Common Chemical Linked to Asthma in Kids


By Molly Clifton

Children exposed to the chemical Bisphenol A, or BPA, have a greater chance of developing asthma.

That’s according to researchers at Columbia University.

BPA is commonly found in some plastic containers and cans.

The study found an increased risk for wheezing and asthma even with low levels of exposure to bpa.

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