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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 Unfortunately, it is even harder to keep the antibiotic germs that evolve in the day care center confined to the day care center than it is to keep those that evolve in the hospital confined to the hospital.  For unlike hospital patients, day care children go home every evening, often as carriers of newly virulent strains of pathogens.  Pediatricians worry about how "children congregating in day care centers pass on resistant bugs to each other and later to their families and society at large".  In part because of the remarkable way day care has helped to spread superbugs, many health officials now fear that "medicine's purported triumph over infectious disease has become an illusion.
...Some authorities now even gloomily predict "the end of antibiotics."
Category = Disease
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 Unnatural patterns of living create unnatural types of sickness.  Tragically, the prey for the microbial monsters born in day care are children who have had no choice in their care...
Category = Disease
 
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 Because breastfeeding confers so many nutritional and immunological advantages, it greatly alarms pediatricians that...the demand for day care has been accompanied by a "steep, steady decline in the likelihood of breastfeeding...particularly prolonged breastfeeding."
Category = Disease
 
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 Though it is quite understandable that the sharp declines in breastfeeding trouble health authorities, breast milk is probably not what day care child lack most.  Child psychologist Burton White regards increasing use of day care as "a disaster," because children in such settings do not receive the "large doses of custom-made love" a mother can give them at home.
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