BPA and Babies: New Research From FDA Focuses On What Happens In Womb
By Trevor Butterworth, Forbes, November 14, 2011

Top Government Scientists Catch Media's Favorite Anti BPA Researcher in Absurd Claims, Ties To Trial Lawyers
By Trevor Butterworth, Forbes, October 27, 2011

End Game on Bisphenol A? Have we reached a tipping point on the science of this ubiquitous chemical?
By Jon Entine, The Huffington Post, October 17, 2011

The Breast Cancer Fundís Despicable Class Warfare
By Trevor Butterworth, Forbes, September 21, 2011

Paper and Plastic: When Political Ideology Trumps Sound Science
By Jon Entine, The American, September 1, 2011

ďMajestically ScientificĒ Federal Study On BPA Has Stunning Findings: So Why Is The Media Ignoring It?
By Trevor Butterworth, July 25, 2011

The NRDC's Attack on Science: Will California Cave to Political Pressure in Regulating Bisphenol A (BPA)?
Jon Entine, July 8, 2011

Fear in a can
Trevor Butterworth, The Daily, May 16, 2011

World Health Organization says donít ban BPA
Trevor Butterworth, November 10, 2010

Once again, Europe says BPA is safe
Trevor Butterworth, October 1, 2010

Is BPA the new MMR? Debate in top scientific journal exposes flawed science
Trevor Butterworth, April 7, 2010

FDA refuses activist demands to ban BPA: It’s safe, but “novel” findings should be studied further
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 15, 2010

BPA and heart disease: Smoking gun or statistical smoke?
Trevor Butterworth, January 13, 2010

BPA and erectile dysfunction
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D, November 17, 2009

Consumer Reports "highly biased," says top European scientist: No need to avoid canned food
Trevor Butterworth, November 12, 2009

Top US EPA scientist rejects Consumer Reports’ BPA claim
November 10, 2009

The BPA controversy: When journalists canít tell good evidence from bad
November 6, 2009

Consumer Reports BPA study filled with factual errors
November 2, 2009

McScience: Scientists say USA Today is scary
November 2, 2009

New independent study by EPA refutes BPA risk
October 30, 2009

Dorothy Parker meets The Marlboro Man: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s BPA conspiracy theory
Dr. S. Robert Lichter, August 27, 2009

Health Canada survey: BPA in bottled water, baby food jars not a risk to consumer
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, July 10, 2009

BPA is not a "smoking gun" for breast cancer
STATS blog, Trevor Butterworth, July 1, 2009

Science Suppressed: How America became obsessed with BPA
Trevor Butterworth , June 15, 2009