BPA, phthalates tied to kids’ weight, diabetes risk

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Researchers found urine levels of one type of phthalate, used to soften plastic, were tied to a higher risk of insulin resistance among teenagers. Based on data from the same large nutrition survey, another study group linked bisphenol A, or BPA – used to line aluminum cans – to obesity and larger waists in youth.

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