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Life Without Mother
By Lawrence Carter-Long, Animal Protection Institute, Mainstream, Vol. 28, No. 4, Winter 1997, www.api4animals.org

 
The images that we have recorded of maternal deprivation experiments on animals are haunting.
...The stereotypical behaviors associated with severe psychological distress shown in these early films and photos includes young animals in slouched postures crying out for their mothers, socially withdrawn, shaking and clasping themselves, or sometimes huddled in the fetal position in a corner of their cages.
...The Animal Protection Institute flatly opposes all maternal deprivation experiments on animals on both scientific and ethical grounds.
(Does the Animal Protection Institute oppose human babies in day care being deprived of their mothers for 10+ hours a day?  --
editor.)
Category = Behavior, Politics
Brazilian Daycares: Weighing the Risks and Benefits by Denis Marchand in Brazil, International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada
idrc.ca,  December 11, 1997
Daycare centres are an ideal environment for the transmission of disease. Worse yet, they are the major channel for transmitting pneumonia, the main cause of child mortality in Brazil.
Thus we find that a young child will have five times greater chance of catching pneumonia in such an establishment than anywhere else, according to a study carried out in the state of Ceara in the Brazilian Northeast by Dr. Walter V.C. da Fonseca, a medical specialist in tropical diseases and epidemiology.
Category = Disease
Brazilian Daycares: Weighing the Risks and Benefits by Denis Marchand 
mag@idrc.ca , December 11, 1997
We have long known that children run a greater risk of catching a cold, diarrhoea or pneumonia in daycare centres, but we were not aware that these centres constituted the number one risk factor for respiratory illnesses, and that until quite recently they were the principal cause of diarrhoea and child mortality.
Category = Disease
Brazilian Daycares: Weighing the Risks and Benefits by Denis Marchand 
mag@idrc.ca,  December 11, 1997
"Is the government going to continue to subsidize daycare centres if they are still going to be a place for catching diseases?" asks Dr. Barros, (who has been observing the state of health of one thousand children in various of the 40 nurseries in the city of Campinas).
Category = Disease, Politics

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