No clear evidence that exposure to bisphenol A is related to the risk of diabetes

A study has revealed that it finds no clear evidence that people's exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) is related to their risk of diabetes, as per Reuters Health. In a study of 3,400 Chinese adults age 40 and up, researchers found no clear connection between people's urinary levels of bisphenol A and their odds of having diabetes. The one-quarter with the highest BPA levels did have a higher risk of diabetes than the quarter with the lowest levels. But the researchers failed to find a "dose-response" relationship -- where the risk of diabetes would steadily climb as BPA exposure did. Thus the research cannot conclude there is a BPA-diabetes connection.
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