Scared silly of BPA in your baby bottles? We found the safest ones out there.
All the scary news about plastic bottles got us pretty freaked out, so we called pediatrician Dr. Cara Natterson to find out the deal. She says several studies are still in progress, and notes that Bisphenol-A (BPA), a chemical found in plastic products, is leached from plastic containers into liquids, usually when heated. She recommends parents serve liquids at room temperature or colder to avoid this effect. She also recommends hand washing and air-drying bottles to prevent aging and cracking, which also make them susceptible to leaching. Until we know for sure if BPA is really as bad as it sounds (we've read it can cause effects ranging fromhyperactivity and premature puberty to obesity) we sought out bottles that don't contain this controversial chemical and came up with brand leader: Born Free
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