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Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 (Ironically, even though) it was likely the day care center...brought the child in contact with the illness-carrying pathogen in the first place, (it) will not care for him once the symptoms are fully evident (although by then the child has probably passed  the germs on to several other children).
Category = Disease
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 The appropriate pediatric and public-health organizations have, in fact launched educational campaigns aimed at curtailing the overuse of antibiotics.
...Unfortunately, however, the researchers also noted that "in child-care facilities, there was no apparent impact on judicious antibiotic use."
...No one should expect much better from future attempts by doctors and health officials to deal with the problem of antibiotic misuse in the day care setting.  Because the misuse of antibiotics in day care derives from an unhealthy and unnatural social dynamic and not from a failure of medical science or technique, no attempt to solve it through improved medical education or expertise holds much promise.
Category = Disease  
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 Unfortunately, the misuse of antibiotics in day care carries dangerous consequences for the children involved, for their families, and for the general public.  For as any evolutionary biologist could have predicted, heavy use of antibiotics creates an environment favoring the emergence of antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
...Experts also point to day care centers as prime 'clearinghouses' for spreading antibiotic-resistant infections.
Category = Disease
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 The problem is growing worse, and when population geneticists at Emory University looked at how antibiotic-resistant germs were evolving in the day care environment, they limned* a "road to no return."
*Limn: to outline in clear, sharp detail
Category = Disease

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