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Family Research Abstract of the Week: Babies with Bugs
The Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society, World Congress of Families, worldcongress.org, 21-Nov-01
Pharmacists have few more regular customers than parents who choose to put their young children in day care. For these are people who make very frequent purchases of antibiotics.
...researchers at the Danish Epidemiology Science Centre at the University of Aarhus recently scrutinized data...and obtained very precise risk estimates...
...In these risk estimates, readers may see a sobering warning as to the dangers of substituting day care for parental care.
Category = Disease
Family Research Abstract of the Week: Babies with Bugs
The Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society, World Congress of Families, worldcongress.org, 21-Nov-01
Comparing children cared for in their own homes with children cared for in day care, the Danish scholars discovered that "enrollment in a day-care setting doubled a child's risk of receiving a prescription" for antibiotics...
Category = Disease
Family Research Abstract of the Week: Babies with Bugs
The Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society, World Congress of Families, worldcongress.org, 21-Nov-01
In a country as reliant upon day care as Denmark, the finding of sharply elevated antibiotic use among day-care children alarms the researchers for several compelling reasons. First, the use of antibiotics is "a morbidity parameter," indicative of the "increased risk of infectious disease in day-care centers." Second, the infections for which antibiotics are necessary "may give rise to long-term complications, such as mastoiditis and hearing loss after otitis media." Third, "increased transmission of infectious agents [among day-care children] may also result in excess illness among parents, day-care workers, and other children." Finally, since "use of antibiotics is associated with antimicrobial resistance," day-care centers may be helping to incubate deadly new strains of super-bugs.
Category = Disease

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