It is important to minimize your child’s exposure to bisphenol-A (BPA), which was present in many plastics until it was tied to endocrine problems in humans. Children are at a greater risk from BPA exposure than adults because they are still developing, and babies tend to feed exclusively from plastic bottles. Many U.S.-based manufacturers of baby bottles have removed materials containing BPA from their product lines. It’s important to purchase baby bottles and other feeding utensils from reputable companies, as products from overseas may still contain BPA. You can usually find products labeled as “BPA-free.”
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