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Mother in the Middle Searching for Peace in the Mommy Wars, by Deborah Shaw Lewis &
Charmaine Crouse Yoest
1996, p. 158
The more medical research we read, the angrier we became. If current medical journals are reporting such a variety of significant health problems associated with day care, why are none of the popular women's magazines reporting that information?
Category = Politics
Mother in the Middle Searching for Peace in the Mommy Wars, by Deborah Shaw Lewis &
Charmaine Crouse Yoest
1996, p. 159
...shouldn't the popular media be informing the public of such serious health issues impacting our families and our society, concerning the multibillion-dollar day care industry?
Yet mainstream magazines and newspapers tend to downplay both these medical concerns and the concerns that the child development community has about attachment.
Category = Politics
Mother in the Middle Searching for Peace in the Mommy Wars, by Deborah Shaw Lewis &
Charmaine Crouse Yoest
1996, p. 161
As a noted professor of pediatrics, the late Dr. Robert Mendelsohn commented:
Over the past quarter century, parents have been misled by physicians and others in the field of early childhood education. Instead of pressuring government to throw more money into day care, we pediatricians should instead invest more time and energy into informing parents--and our fellow professionals--of the considerable and continuing medical risks that children face when they are cared for outside the home.
Category = Politics, Disease
Mother in the Middle Searching for Peace in the Mommy Wars, by Deborah Shaw Lewis &
Charmaine Crouse Yoest
1996, p. 167
Organized child care--day care centers, nurseries, and preschools--care for less than one in every four children of employed mothers. Nevertheless, it is precisely this organized, out-of-home care that most public policy discussions are tilted toward.
Category = Politics
Mother in the Middle Searching for Peace in the Mommy Wars, by Deborah Shaw Lewis &
Charmaine Crouse Yoest
1996, p. 168
But parents who use research done in good day care centers to reassure themselves that their children will be OK in low-quality care are deceiving themselves.
(These) parents need to remind themselves that according to the University of Colorado study, ... only one in seven (was any good).
Category = Quality

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