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May 07, 2008


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And let's not forget all the talk about BPA. It appears that BPA is the new lead. BPA is plastics, BPA in canned goods, BPA in the urine of 90 percent of those tested for it. So maybe it's time we give our kids cups made from wood--made according to sustainable forestry standards, of course.

More on BPA here from your colleagues: http://pepperdigital.typepad.com/pepperdigital/2008/05/nalgene-still-g.html

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