Reducing food waste in Europe – BPA’s contribution

According to a new study carried out by scientists from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, Europeans waste an average of 123 kg of food per capita annually, or 16% of all food reaching consumers. In total, this would mean

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BPA and statistical behaviour in Statistics Canada’s study

According to a recent study from researchers at Statistics Canada, 93% of 6 – to 11-year-olds and 94% of 12 -to 19-year-olds surveyed in Canada have “detectable levels” of bisphenol-A (BPA) in their urine. Is this information worth headlines? Not

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“Risk” & “Hazard”: Can you tell the difference?

In the discussion about chemical substances and their regulation two words come up all the time: “risk” and “hazard.” While people often think they mean the same thing and in many languages there is one work to describe both, there

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