Memes and gifs that will instantly trigger leftists

Max Roscoe

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
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Babies left to sleep outside, strengthening the immune system, Moscow 1958
 

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Robin
Protestant
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Babies left to sleep outside, strengthening the immune system, Moscow 1958
It isn't a good idea for mothers to turn over their newborn babies to the care of total strangers whom they've never seen before.
Those maternity nurses aren't as invested in the well-being of babies as their mothers are, and they're more likely to miss
danger signals like high fevers or wheezing because they're looking after many babies at the same time and their attention is
divided. Many researchers have found that newborn babies are more likely to die in the hospital than if they're born at home
under the care of midwives, since hospitals are the single greatest source of bacterial infections, transmitted from sick people
already in the wards through doctors and nurses making the rounds.
 
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