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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 In an environment one child psychologist has characterized as "dangerously different," day care children learn to hit, to kick, to swear, to tease, and to argue more than children cared for at home.  Predictably, in a landmark 2001 study, researchers at the National Institute of Child Health found that unnaturally "negative/aggressive behavior" was strongly correlated with hours in non-maternal child care.  Other recent studies have documented unnaturally elevated levels of cortisol -- symptomatic of a physiological reaction to stress -- in blood samples taken from day care children and have linked day care to an unnaturally high incidence of "insecure ambivalent" child-mother bonds.
Category = Behavior
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 In their tireless efforts to normalize day care,...activists have enjoyed the cooperation of a pliant media -- predictably enough, since many of the writers, editors, and broadcast journalists are themselves now dependent upon day care.  Consequently, relatively few of the medical and psychological risks of day care have received much media attention.
Category = Politics
Breeding Little Monsters:  How Day Care is Exposing America's children to Unnatural Plagues by Bryce Christensen,  www.profam.org, June 2002 Perhaps when it comes to the adverse psychological effects of day care, the media conspiracy of silence can be maintained for some years yet.  Already well-credentialed sophists* are explaining away these psychological effects as the overly negative interpretations of inadequate data.  But somewhere in some day care child's diaper or on some other child's saliva-covered toy lurk the tiny but increasingly lethal pathogens that guarantee that ugly truths about day care will eventually break through.  No sophistry is shrewd enough, no media bias is broad enough, to hide the kind of epidemics day care is now incubating.
* Sophism:  a seemingly reasonable argument that is actually invalid.
Category = Disease, Politics

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