In our modern environment, discerning what is safe for us and our children can be a challenging task. One debate that's been ongoing is about the safety of plastic containers. A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics has now provided crucial insights on this issue.

The core finding of this report is the potential harm of bisphenols, such as BPA. This compound, used to strengthen plastic, can mimic estrogen in our bodies. Such effects can lead to altered puberty timing, reduced fertility, increased body fat, and disturbances to our nervous and immune systems. While BPA has been eliminated from baby bottles and sippy cups, many other containers still contain it.

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