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Shaken baby syndrome is not definitive proof of child abuse

While a debate over the medical diagnosis of shaken baby syndrome rages on, one thing is clear: it is no longer proof of child abuse, says Deborah Tuerkheimer

Cops suspect brain dead Queens boy was shaken or had allergy

5 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Cops are trying to determine whether an allergic reaction to baby formula or shaken baby syndrome caused a Queens boy to become brain dead.

Li Hang Bin Shaken Baby Syndrome Case

In 2007, Li Hang Bin and his common-law wife Li Ying, immigrants from the Fujian Providence in China, resided in the Flushing section of Queens, New York. Just after midnight on October 22, 2007, Mr. Li called 911 to report that his two-month-old daughter Annie had become unresponsive, and had turned blue. Show More Summary

The Shaken Baby Syndrome and the Problem of Dueling Experts

When a presumably healthy baby dies in his or her crib for no apparent reason, and there is no evidence of foul play, rather than classifying the cause of death as "unknown," or "undetermined," a coroner or medical examner will usually call the fatality a "sudden infant death syndrome" (SIDS) case. Show More Summary

N.Y. Appeals Court Backs Accused Woman in Shaken Baby Murder Case

A New York appeals court ruling in a case of a woman accused of killing a toddler cast scrutiny on the medical science behind shaken baby syndrome.

We must take the poison out of the ‘shaken baby syndrome’ debate

Miscarriages of justice will continue to follow the deaths of babies unless courts are given the best scientific evidence

Doctor wins appeal over shaken baby syndrome trials evidence

Waney Squier, who was barred in March from practising over evidence she gave in criminal trials, cleared of dishonesty A doctor barred from practising over evidence she gave in criminal trials involving so-called shaken baby syndrome has had her licence reinstated. Show More Summary

Accused Killers Of Toddlers Say They Shouldn’t Be On Trial, Attorneys State Shaken Baby Syndrome Not Scientifically Reliable

Two men who are accused of killing toddlers are questioning how reliable the diagnosis of Shaken Baby Syndrome is. The debate has found its way to the Michigan courtroom where Leo Ackley and Anthony Ball stand trial for felony murder and first-degree child abuse, charged separately for the deaths of their girlfriend’s daughters, as The... Show More Summary

Shaken baby syndrome accepted as diagnosis by majority of physicians

Survey data reveals a high degree of medical consensus that shaking a young child is capable of producing subdural hematoma (a life-threatening pooling of blood outside the brain), severe retinal hemorrhage, coma or death, according to a study.

Abusive head injury: An epidemiological perspective

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (JULY 12, 2016). Abusive head injury, sometimes referred to as shaken baby syndrome or non-accidental trauma (NAT), is the third leading cause of head injuries in small children in the US. For children under the age of 1 year, it is the cause of the majority of serious head injuries. Show More Summary

Execution Halted Over Shaken Baby Syndrome 'Junk Science'

A man on death row in Texas was granted a last-minute reprieve Thursday after his lawyers successfully argued he was convicted on "junk science" regarding shaken baby syndrome, Reuters reports. Robert Roberson was scheduled to be executed June 21. He was convicted in 2002 of murdering his 2-year-old daughter. According...

Texas man’s execution delayed over ‘junk science’ in 2-year-old daughter’s death

2 years agoNews : The Raw Story

A Texas man scheduled to be put to death next week for murdering his 2-year-old daughter has been granted a stay of execution after his lawyers argued his conviction stemmed from “junk science” about shaken baby syndrome. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Thursday halted the...

Nurses Cite Language Barriers to Educating Parents About 'Shaken Baby Syndrome'

Language is a key obstacle to meeting guidelines for educating parents of newborns about "shaken baby syndrome"--also called abusive head trauma (SBS/AHT), reports a study in the Journal of Trauma Nursing, official publication of the Society of Trauma Nurses. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.

'My Son Was Shaken and Is in he Hospital -- I Need Help'

"Thank you for calling the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome. This is Marisa. How may I help you?" "Hi, my name is Jackie. My son, Corbin, was shaken and is in the hospital. I need help." This phone call was the first I ever took...Show More Summary

'The Syndrome' takes a one-sided view of the controversy about shaken baby syndrome

"The Syndrome" by Meryl Goldsmith pursues a subject that proves to be urgent, fascinating and high stakes — the controversy surrounding shaken baby syndrome. It's unfortunate then, that the documentary itself isn't executed with more finesse and a broader perspective. SIGN UP for the free Indie...

Byron Allen’s Freestyle Acquires ‘The Syndrome’ Docu On Shaken Baby Syndrome

EXCLUSIVE: Freestyle Digital Media, the newly acquired  distribution arm of Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios, has snatched up North American distribution rights to The Syndrome. The documentary, directed by Meryl Goldsmith who wrote...Show More Summary

Study examines shaken baby syndrome intervention

A program to prevent abusive head trauma (AHT), also known as shaken baby syndrome, was associated with a decline in calls to a nurse advice line but not with a significant change in AHT rates in North Carolina, according to an article...Show More Summary

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