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Sample Journal Study Update
BISPHENOL A SPIKES AFTER EATING CANNED SOUP: After just five days of eating a 12-ounce serving of canned soup per day, subjects were found to have urine levels of bisphenol A (BPA) that were 1200 percent higher than the BPA levels in the urine of subjects who ate fresh soup during the same period. (BPA is an endocrine disruptor shown to interfere with reproductive development in animal studies at sufficiently high levels, although it remains uncertain if the same effects cross over to humans. BPA leaches from some types of plastics, paper cash register receipts, dental fillings, and the plastic lining of cans.) Because urine is the usual route through which the body gets rid of BPA, the study of urine levels did not determine how long the BPA actually continued to remain in the body, or at what levels; it is possible that the body flushes all BPA out of the system. Although not conclusive, previous research linked BPA to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and obesity. This study will be published in the November 23, 2011 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. It is available online now at http://bit.ly/sM5cWb with subscription to the journal or fee payment.

Sample Factoid
Despite some government recommendations to the contrary, keeping peanuts away from infants to reduce their risk of developing a food allergy actually has the opposite effect. A study in the November, 2008 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology found that children under age two who were kept away from peanuts were ten times as likely to develop a peanut allergy later on, compared to children who were exposed to peanuts in infancy.

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