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Unconventional Wisdom; New Facts and Hot Stats From The Social Sciences: [FINAL Edition] by Richard Morin,
The Washington Post,

1-Oct-00, pg. B.05
Asthma, Kids and Day Care:  Reporting Facts or Hopes?
David Murray of the Statistical Assessment Service, a media watchdog organization,...notes that...studies have cited day care as a major contributor to the increase in childhood asthma in recent decades.  "Childhood asthma more than doubled between 1980 and the present, just as did the pattern of working parents choosing early day care".
Category = Disease
Unconventional Wisdom; New Facts and Hot Stats From The Social Sciences: [FINAL Edition] by Richard Morin,
The Washington Post,

1-Oct-00, pg. B.05
Asthma, Kids and Day Care:  Reporting Facts or Hopes?
What accounts for the coverage gap (regarding the negative effects of daycare by the media)?  David Murray is a cultural anthropologist who has taught at Brown and Brandeis universities.  He suspects that any research suggesting benefits about day care and children's health is given prominent attention, at least in part, because it helps reassure journalists that they're personally doing the right thing for their children.  Similarly, stories about problems with day care are ignored or downplayed because they, in effect, tell journalists as well as readers or viewers:  You're bad parents.  (Also, they tell parents something they already know:  It's not news that kids get the sniffles at school or in day care.)
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