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  1. “…In recent years dozens of scientists around the globe have linked BPA to myriad health effects in rodents: mammary and prostate cancer, genital defects in males, early onset of puberty in females, obesity and even behavior problems such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder….”

    Interesting. It seems to me that during the past half decade the news has commented on increased breast and prostate cancer, early puberty in females, obesity, and increased hyperactivity disorder.

    ‘Something’ has to trigger the phenomenon …why not floor cleaners and products containing bisphenol-A?

    The manufacturers using bisphenol-A will do all they can to claim it isn’t so…much as the cigarette manufacturers claimed they did not use additives in their tobacco in order to addict smokers.

    Just as it was proved the cigarette manufacturers DID use additives to ‘hook’ the smokers, it will pay the consumer to’think’about the possibilities from using such products.

    “Natural – organic” aren’t just buzz words…in my opinion.
    Sharon O’Hara

    Thanks, Chris… a whole world full of possibilities and we can thank Patricia Hunt for her infinite diligence in scientific sleuthing.

  2. PS …Sometime yesterday the spot in the Kitsap Sun Header where ‘Blogs’ used to be disappeared. The space is empty. What happened? How can I get it back?

    I can get to individual Blogs in a time consuming process…
    tia for your help to get ‘Blogs’ back in the Header…
    Sharon O’Hara

  3. Christoper … Your blog is as close to science as we get here and the reason I posted the following… for you and the science folks who monitor your blog… I hope …

    “…Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Announcement
    September 3, 2008

    Now Accepting Proposals for Grand Challenges Explorations Round 2
    SEATTLE — The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced today that it is now accepting grant proposals for Round 2 of Grand Challenges Explorations, a five-year US$100 million initiative to encourage bold and unconventional research on new global health solutions. Proposals for six topics will be accepted online at http://www.gcgh.org/explorations through November 2, 2008….”

    Sharon O’Hara

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