Study on cost of exposure to EDCs in the US – or the art of beautifying inconsistent data

You may have read in La Tribune.fr, Le Monde, 20minutes.fr or RTL.fr that the alleged impact of exposure to endocrine disruptors in the US is an extraordinary $340 billion. This number is so large is seems implausible. And it probably

The European Food Safety Authority has looked again… and confirms: no need to change the safety threshold for BPA

“Saying something, is one thing; proving it is another” The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recently conducted a review of two studies on BPA, and confirmed that there is no need to change the safety threshold for BPA. The former

Detecting for the sake of detection

Imagine if detective Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot spent their time solving trivial questions about who made the tea with tepid water, rather than solving complex crimes. This is the essence of what the Stanford University School of Medicine study about bisphenol-A