Media Research Center

FDA Still Says BPA OK; Networks Continue Criticism

Bisphenol A ‘safe at the very low levels that occur in some foods,’ but that doesn’t stop broadcasts from questioning its safety.
Media Research Center

Media, Left Try to Put Their Hands on Your Shopping Cart

News outlets hype fears of chemical often found in food items, while lefty eco-, PR groups call for ban.

Behind the Scenes: The Lefty PR Group That Stokes Consumer Fear of BPA

Fenton Communications, the same group that got Alar banned after ‘scare,’ is using media to fight.
Breast Cancer Fund

Lefty Group Uses Pink to Camouflage Green Activism, Attack Business

Media ignore that BCF is really eco-group in disguise that supports Markey legislation to ban chemicals like BPA.
ABC's Richard Besser

Ignoring Science, 97% of Stories Hype BPA as Health Threat

Susan G. Komen Foundation beaten up by anti-chemical left when it found ‘scant’ evidence of BPA danger.

Media Continue War against Plastic Chemical BPA

Reporters attack bisphenol-A; claim it causes 'liver disease, heart failure, all sorts of things,' despite enormous doses necessary to impact humans.

Double Whammy: MSNBC's 'Green Week' Coverage Attacks Bottled Water and BPA

NBC environmental correspondent Anne Thompson and MSNBC host Contessa Brewer slam water containers in one-sided report.

NY Times' Kristof, MSNBC's Snyderman Hype the Bisphenol A Boogeyman

Left-leaning media voices hype threats of substance based on tenuous circumstantial similarities and 'soft science.'

New Report Shows Slanted Coverage of Chemical BPA

Statistical Assessment Service details flaws in media coverage of bisphenol A.
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