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Study finds BPA chemical in 86% of teenagers

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A study carried out by the University of Exeter in the UK has found that 86% of teenagers have the food packaging chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in their urine. This is despite the teenagers in the study being on a diet deliberately designed to avoid exposure to the chemical. 
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