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Sippy Cups Cause Impotence

November 30th, 2009  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

Erection-friendly (BPA-free) bottles

Erection-friendly (BPA-free) bottles

A new HuffPost report from my former TIME Magazine colleague Elaine Shannon: apparently BPA, the synthetic estrogen that leaches out of plastics used to make many baby bottles and sippy cups causes impotence, or what used to be known as Whiskey Dick before we got so much book learnin’.

I am the first to admit that I usually let the mother of our runtlings worry about the harm that plastics might be doing to them, even when I heard that BPAs can make girls aggressive and has been linked to diabetes and cardiovascular problems.

But this is different. As if sex after kids wasn’t already dicey enough, now I have to worry about OD’ing on estrogen from cans of baby formula.

I am bookmarking this page and this one just in case.


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