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Interaction of bisphenol A (BPA) and soy phytoestrogens on sexually dimorphic sociosexual behaviors in male and female rats.

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Concerns have been raised regarding the potential for endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) to alter brain development and behavior. Developmental exposure to bisphenol A (BPA), a ubiquitous EDC, has been linked to altered sociosexual and mood-related behaviors in various animal models and children but effects are inconsistent across laboratories and animal models creating confusion about potential risk in humans.

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Prineville’s power crunch could be fixed in 2019

Bonneville Power Administration report details solutions

The electricity issues that caught city officials off guard and prevented a big manufacturing outfit — and hundreds of jobs — from coming to Prineville last year could be solved by mid-2019, according to a new Bonneville Power Administration report. 53 more words

Bend Bulletin

Soy Intake Modifies the Relation Between Urinary Bisphenol A Concentrations and Pregnancy Outcomes Among Women Undergoing Assisted Reproduction.

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Experimental data in rodents suggest that the adverse reproductive health effects of bisphenol A (BPA) can be modified by intake of soy phytoestrogens. Whether the same is true in humans is not known.

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BPA unveils plan to ease Prineville's power crunch

Facebook and Apple overwhelmed the region’s electrical capacity with massive data centers.

The tiny central Oregon community of Prineville could have twice as much electricity available within just a few years, enough to supply the city’s bustling data center industry and make room for other companies to move in. 12 more words

The Oregonian

6 Reasons BPA is a Toxic Poison

I’m sure just about everyone has heard of BPA, but many people are still confused about its presence and safety risk. Simply put, bisphenol-A is a synthetic compound used in plastic and epoxy resins. 1,054 more words

Biological Medicine

Hawaii has a serious trash problem www.cnn.com

Originally, some thought a Japanese tsunami caused an uptick in trash flooding Hawaii’s shoreline, but a new survey suggests otherwise.  Plastic that has dangerous chemicals used to euthanize animals, et al.  36 more words