Sierra Club‘s The Green Life reports on new findings on polypropylene (commonly used in medical labware, as well as food and beverage containers):

Two highly reactive chemicals in a common plastic can leak from disposable lab equipment and skew the outcome of life science research, according to an article published Thursday in the journal Science.

Double whammy: impacts on health; impact on research on impacts on health. Now that can’t be good.


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