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Day Care May Hurt Kids..."
"...but don't worry!"
by Tom Sylvester, nationalreview.com,
28-Jul-03
Whenever the (New York) Times  (newspaper) reports on a new study that suggests that day care ...might hurt kids, a few days later they publish a follow-up piece to "put the findings into context."
...Dismissing what may be best for kids as shaky social science or old-fashioned opinion may soothe parental guilt, but it ignores the very real trade-offs between what adults are doing and what children need.
Category = Politics
Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) released findings that show a link between childcare and aggressive behaviors. The study started in 1991 with 1000 participating children from an ethnically and economically diverse sample of families. The NICHD reported "The link between time in child care and problem behavior occurred across all family backgrounds and all types and quality of care."
Category = Behavior
Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 The University of Minnesota also recently released a study recorded in the journal, Child Development, showing a significant increase in cortisol, a stress hormone, for toddlers, particularly shy ones, who attend childcare centers.  USA Today reported on the study stating, "About 7 out of 10 toddlers -- 16 to 38 months old -- increased their output of cortisol at child care.  On the days at home, most didn't have increases in the stress hormone."
Category = Disease
Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 Dr. Janice Shaw Crouse, an official U.S. delegate to the 2002 United Nations Children's Summit and an expert in women's and family issues, reflected, "These finding echo similar findings from previous studies and point to an irrefutable truth that is substantiated, yet again -- no one (daycare) can take the place of parents in providing the bonding, nurturing and care giving that is best for a child's well-being.  Yet, some people continue to refuse to accept facts and try to explain away reality.  And, children continue to pay the price of mistaken ideology."
Category = Quality
Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 For years special interest groups have managed to minimize publicity on research contradicting their day care agenda...downplaying the (recent results of the NICHD study showing a link between hours spent in daycare and problem behavior). 
...Yet, findings released in 2001 for the same 10-year NICHD study showed that children age four-and-a-half who spent on average more than 30 hours per week in day care displayed more behavior problems than those who spent under 10 hours per week in day care, even after controlling* for the quality of the care.
*controlling - taking into account
Category = Politics, Behavior

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