How people are exposed to BPA

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General exposure at low levels comes from drinking beverages and eating food out of containers that contain BPA. It is almost impossible to avoid using carbonated plastic products, as just about everything we touch is manufactured from plastic, much of it containing BPA.

Research has indicated that workers who manufacture products that contain BPA are at high risk of developing sexual health problems, compared to those who do not work in a BPA environment.

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