Potential connections between plastic food packaging and diabetes and obesity in kids

As the Consumerist reports, "[b]ecause there are apparently not enough studies to convince the Food and
Drug Administration that controversial chemical Bisphenol-A (BPA)
should not be used in just about every form of food packaging,
yet another study has been published linking BPA to childhood obesity.
Meanwhile, a separate study released today showed a possible connection
between a widely used plasticizer and diabetes." The studies, both to be published in the journal Pediatrics, can be found here and here.

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