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Bring back the stay-at-home mom, by Rich Lowry, townhall.com,
08-Aug-03
"We will do everything for 'the children'; spend untold taxpayer dollars on them, tuck them away in bicycle helmets, get hysterical about any perceived threat to their health or safety -- anything but acknowledge the harm done to them by day care."
Category = Quality
Bring back the stay-at-home mom, by Rich Lowry, townhall.com,
08-Aug-03
"The drumroll of day care's negative effects on kids includes higher rates of illness, including acute respiratory illness, ear infections and diarrhea; insecure attachment to their mothers; more aggressive behavior; and in the case of children of well-educated mothers placed in poor-quality care, slowed cognitive development."
Category = Behavior, Disease
Bring back the stay-at-home mom, by Rich Lowry, townhall.com,
08-Aug-03
"After more than 30 years of research on how children develop well, I would not think of putting an infant or toddler of my own into any substitute-care program on a full-time basis, especially a center-based program."
-- Burton White, former director of the Harvard Preschool Project
Category = Quality
Bring back the stay-at-home mom, by Rich Lowry, townhall.com,
08-Aug-03
"Despite the widespread use of day care and the propaganda campaign on its behalf, parents know it isn't best for kids.  According to a comprehensive survey of parents in 2000 by the New York-based polling agency Public Agenda, parents say one parent staying at home is better than 'quality' day care for kids under 5 by a margin of 70 percent to 6 percent.
Category = Quality 
Day Care Daze, by David Mills, Touchstone Magazine,
09-Aug-03
You can get your head snapped off by making the mildest of critical remarks about daycare...
Category = Politics
More on Day Care, by David Mills, Touchstone Magazine,
11-Aug-03
Italian for day care center, "asilo," Enough said.
Category = Quality
No Dip in Day Care, worldcongress.org, 16-Sep-06 American pediatricians well understand that the day care center makes their job much harder by spreading various diseases among young children and by incubating tougher antibiotic-resistant germs as the carriers of those diseases.
...To see... pediatricians' deep concern about how day care spreads disease, ...readers need only turn to a recent special issue of Pediatric Annals devoted to acute otitis media (AOM), an ear infection that has become alarmingly common among young children in the day-care era.
..."Attendance in group child daycare," Jerome O. Klein (guest editor) stresses, "is one of the most important risk factors for otitis media," adding "The more children in the daycare group," Klein reasons, "the more exposure to respiratory pathogens and the higher the rate of respiratory tract infections, including otitis media."
Category = Disease
The Mommy Wars
Nurturing Magazine on-line By Barb Stiles, 25-Sep-03
the kids being raised today will run the world tomorrow.
Hopefully they won't all have been raised by part-time orphanages and paid surrogate mommies, otherwise known as daycare and babysitters.
Category = Quality

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