Bisphenol-S, a replacement chemical for bisphenol-A , may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in the U.S. population, according to a new study published earlier this month in Environmental Sciences Europe.

The finding in this study is pretty consistent with previous scientific evidence. It’s not surprising that chemicals that are structurally similar to BPA are going to have similar effects on human populations.

Laura Vandenberg, endocrinologist at University of Massachusetts

Our member Dr. Laura Vandenberg gave an interview on the subject at Environmental Health News