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Nurseries are safe and secure - but are they bad for your baby?
by Rebecca Abrams,
The Daily Telegraph
, (UK)

6-Dec-03
...according to the most recent, ambitious...government-funded research,...there are clear negative effects for children who had been in nurseries (daycares) from their first year of life
...The (findings state): "High levels of group care before the age of three (and particularly before the age of two) were associated with higher levels of anti-social behaviour at age three.
Category = Behavior
Nurseries are safe and secure - but are they bad for your baby?
by Rebecca Abrams,
The Daily Telegraph
, (UK)

6-Dec-03
In the course of writing this article, I spoke to many academics, civil servants and politicians working in this field who were more than happy to agree that nurseries (daycares) are not the best place for children under 12 months - but only off the record.
On the record was a different matter.  Again and again, an extraordinary wariness came over people; more than reluctance, something much closer to anxiety.
No one wants to risk appearing to be saying anything against working mothers.  No one wants to think they're doing wrong by their own child.  Absolutely no one wants to criticise another woman's choice of childcare.  Not to her face, anyway.
Category = Politics
Nurseries are safe and secure - but are they bad for your baby?
by Rebecca Abrams,
The Daily Telegraph
, (UK)

6-Dec-03
As Dr. (Penelope) Leach* says:  "What parent could bear to think of their child holding up his arms and no one responding?"  Add to this ambivalence about going back to work in the first place and often intensely mixed feelings about our child forming close bonds with someone else.
*Dr. Penelope Leach = Famous British child development specialist and author
Category = Behavior

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