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Family Research Abstract of the Week: Persistent Peril, worldcongress.org, 12-Sep-06 The tragedy of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) can strike anywhere. But researchers have known for some time that the risk of such tragedy increases markedly when babies are taken out of the home and placed in non-parental child care...
...The reason that out-of-home care continues to markedly elevate the risk of SIDS eludes the researchers.
...Baffled, the researchers can only remark that “it is unclear why child care places infants at risk for SIDS, when the demographic characteristics and sleep environment suggest that these infants should be at the same and perhaps even lower risk for SIDS.” ...
...Why can modern epidemiologists simply not understand that no set of medical or hygienic protocols will ever take the danger out of removing a baby from in-home maternal care?
Category =  Danger
Respiratory infection risk high in daycare tots, Reuters, gulfnews.com,
7-Oct-06
Results of a large Danish study confirm that young children who attend group childcare, especially those without siblings, are at increased risk for catching respiratory infections compared with their counterparts who are cared for at home.
The study, which included more than 135,000 children, also shows that the increased risk is most pronounced in children under 2 years and is greatest soon after they begin daycare...

...In children younger than 1 year, the first 6 months of daycare attendance were associated with a 69-per cent higher incidence of hospital admission for acute respiratory infection compared with children in home care.
Category =  Disease
Negative Utopias - the warnings of science fiction by Beverly Smith http://vuthruotherseyes.tripod.com/id2.html,
 
A ‘universal child care policy’ for example might sound like it would financially assist anyone who provides care of a child but it in effect only means state-run daycare and benefits only those who use daycare...
...Government too gets more tax if all adults are full-time earners so it has a vested interest in discouraging women from being home to take care of their children.
...the state also will prefer to pay daycare to provide care of the young than to give the parent a tax break because the daycare  would pay tax on the salary and the parent freed up to earn would also pay tax.
As for the value of universal daycare for children, think of it a parallel way – what do you think of requiring all the imperfect or handicapped to be in state-institutions? What do you think, for yourself one day, of compulsory centers for the elderly?
Category =  Politics
Mothers Should Have the Choice Of Daycare Or Job Protected Leave by Teresa McEntire, parenting.families.com, 7-Oct-06 Researchers have found that putting an infant in long-hour daycare can have a negative long-term effect upon the child's behavior and increase their stress level.  Author of Motherhood: How should we care for our children?, Anne Manne says, "No-one would say to an adult, 'Look, if you're stressed and miserable for a year or two, don't worry. Long-term you'll be fine.'" Yet for many children this is essentially the position that they are being placed in.
Category =  Behavior, Quality
Mothers Should Have the Choice Of Daycare Or Job Protected Leave by Teresa McEntire, parenting.families.com, 7-Oct-06 Yet in the United States and Australia women who...stay home with their children are looked down upon. The government does not support their action. They don't even receive a tax break like mothers who can claim daycare costs on their taxes.
Category =  Politics
Mothers Should Have the Choice Of Daycare Or Job Protected Leave by Teresa McEntire, parenting.families.com, 7-Oct-06 In fact in Scandinavia infant daycare is rarely used...
...In Scandinavia they found that "it's cheaper to pay parents because it is so difficult to provide good institutional care...
...So the government decided to offer money to parents who usually do a better job than any daycare could.
Category =  Politics, Quality

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