Deal with it.
Revel in it.
Mildly ill child care changes to in-home service
I got "changes" as a verb no problem, but I'm having trouble shaking the notion that the child care is ill, even though that doesn't make sense. Maybe because it makes more sense grammatically (to me) than reading it with the presumably correct meaning, "child care for mildly ill children". Wait... maybe it's "[mildly ill child] care", rather than, as I was thinking "[mildly ill] childcare". And thus the space between child and care.
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