Especially problematic is INFANT FORMULA bottles, which are plastic, and heated!! Plus, infant's smaller body means more exposure to harm.
AND, that plastic tubing that we see used in preemie babies and so on. Very bad!! [but what else can be used? - a different plastic formula perhaps?]
I think it is the process that makes plastic stiff where Bisphenol A is used. I don't want to contradict the first reply here, but I think it might be more than just #7 plastics.
Also, canned foods now have a plastic lining in the can, and that will expose you to Bis-A.
In Canada, where we are less afraid of regulations than our American friends [jab jab], our government is in the early stages of BANNING plastics where they might expose people to Bisphenol A [such as plastic infant formula bottles and medical devices].
Links to some technically-worded statements on Bis-A regulations in Canada:
1] Assessment of Bisphenol A from Food Packaging http://tinyurl.com/yesow8l