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(Institutionalism) Daycare,
Founders'Rock,
rwyouth.org, 2003
(Daycare) is institutionalism from the earliest age. Children, at their most needy stages are separated from their parents and forced to be in a cesspool of disease. Many 'progressives' think this is so necessary, but institutionalism is dangerous. Unfortunately, daycare is just the beginning...
Category = Disease, Politics
In Day-Care Centers, Cleanliness is a Must,
by Dr. Frank Young,
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
FDA Consumer

http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/wh-dcare.html,
Jan. 2003
Daycare often provides...a focal point for certain kinds of infectious diseases that can all too easily spread not only to others in the day-care center, but far and wide into the community.
...A study reported in the September 1988 journal Pediatrics...found that day-care children under 3 had diarrhea twice as often as children remaining at home.
Category = Disease
In Day-Care Centers, Cleanliness is a Must
by Dr. Frank Young,
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
FDA Consumer

http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/wh-dcare.html,
Jan. 2003
...fecal contamination can be a prime source of disease in (daycare) centers that care for children under 3...
Hands, toys diaper-changing areas, and just about everything else can be contaminated with fecal matter.  Children and adults who touch these contaminated objects and then put their fingers to their mouths are prime candidates for disease.
Category = Disease
In Day-Care Centers, Cleanliness is a Must,
by Dr. Frank Young,
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
FDA Consumer

http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/wh-dcare.html,
Jan. 2003
...diarrhea may not be the only consequence of fecal contamination in day care centers...
diarrhea persisting a week or more can lead to nutrient losses and can also compromise the immune system.  Further...both a form of arthritis and certain neuromuscular disorders have been associated with bacteria that cause diarrhea...
Some of the strains of pathogens causing outbreaks of diarrheal disease are extremely resistant to commonly used disinfectants.
Category = Disease
In Day-Care Centers, Cleanliness is a Must,
by Dr. Frank Young,
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
FDA Consumer

http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/wh-dcare.html,
Jan. 2003
...public health workers know that diseases spread from day-care centers can have...ominous consequences.
In two studies, 13 percent to 40 percent of reported cases of hepatitis A in the community had some form of association with outbreaks in day-care centers.
Category = Disease
Who's watching our children?, by Safer Child, Inc., www.saferchild.org, 02-Jan-03 Daycare is a complex and difficult issue.  There are no easy solutions.  But the bottom line is this:  In Safer Child's opinion, the standards for American daycare generally make it a poor replacement - and an oftentimes dangerous replacement - for at-home parenting.  Like it or not, the standards and requirements of most states are terrifyingly bad.
Category = Danger, Quality

 

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