On the 29 and 30 October EFSA will meet national experts to discuss information on previous and ongoing work on the safety assessment of bisphenol A
The Austrian study Um-MuKi (Environment, mother, child) found lead and bisphenol A in the blood of mothers and children in Bratislava and Vienna
The French senate adopted a legal proposition which would ban Bisphenol A in food packaging designated for children under three years of age. All other packaging intended to come into contact with food would have to state that this product is not suitable for pregnant women and children under three. The amendments made by the senate require now adoption by the French National Assembly.
A new in silico study shows that the bisphenol A metabolite MBP has a higher affinity for both human estrogen receptors
Safety of food packaging is a priority topic at the upcoming annual meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) next July in Chicago, USA.
Urinary Bisphenol A levels in pregnant women linked to reduced thyroid stimulating hormone in newborn boys
A study investigating the association of maternal Bisphenol A levels with maternal and neonatal thyroid hormone levels finds an association between maternal urinary BPA and thyroid stimulating hormone levels in male neonates.
The European Consortium for Human Biomonitoring COPHES will release human biomonitoring data from Europe in October 2012
CDC release updated human exposure data from NHANES on food contact substances
Health Canada reaffirmed its earlier conclusion that dietary exposure to Bisphenol A is not thought to pose a health risk
Belgium adopted a ban of Bisphenol A in all food contact materials of products aimed at children under three.