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Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen, The Family in America  on-line edition, www.profam.org, June 2002 Pediatricians and epidemiologists have understood for some time that taking young children out of maternal care in their own homes and putting them into professional care in a day care center exposes them to a considerably elevated risk of contracting many diseases, including some very serious ones.
Category = Disease
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 For one particular childhood respiratory disease--pneumococcal disease--the relative risk of infection runs an astounding 36 times higher among children under two in day care centers than it does among similar-age children cared for at home.
Category = Disease
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 Day care placement of young children has a similarly dramatic effect on risk for a number of other diseases, also.  Researches report that the incidence of Hemophilus influenza type B (HiB) (commonly considered a type of flu) runs over twelve times higher among children in day care than among children cared for at home. 
Similarly, the infection rate for giardiasis (a type of diarrhea) is a remarkable fifteen to twenty times higher than it is among children cared for at home.
Category = Disease
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 Immeasurably worse than hepatitis A, the tragedy of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) has occurred in day care settings at a rate which experts regard as "disproportionately high"...
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