Business Publication Audit of Circulation

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Business Publication Audit of Circulation

A non-profit organization that monitors business-to-business magazines, periodicals, and other media that sell advertising space. It researches audiences, readership and other information about business-to-business publications. Advertisers provide funding for the BPA because they use this information in making business decisions. It was established in 1931. See also: BPA statement.
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Aside from BPA, four other coating compounds were identified in the testing: acrylic resins, oleoresin, polyester resins, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) copolymers.
The FDAs current position is that very low exposure to BPA is safe.
To better understand BPA risks, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (through the NTP) and the FDA initiated the Consortium Linking Academic and Regulatory Insights on the Toxicity of BPA research program.
One reason people may be concerned about BPA is because human exposure to BPA is widespread.
Vom Sl said that the very low-level exposure to BPA they delivered once a day to the rhesus monkeys is far less than the BPA levels humans are exposed to each day, which reflects multiple exposures.
I am honored to have the opportunity to lead BPA during this challenging and historic time for the region, Mainzer said.
BPA has already been banned by some regulatory bodies around the world.
We provide services in over 45 different languages, and all of them are conducted in the native language of the analyst," adds Craig Antonucci, VP of Client Awesomeness of BPA.
One way that BPA affects human health is by altering hormones in the body.
The total amounts of BPA on receipts tested were 250 to 1,000 times greater than other, more widely discussed sources of BPA exposure, including canned foods, baby bottles and infant formula," reported EWG.