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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

3 months 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

Expert witness on “shaken baby syndrome” faces misconduct charge

A disciplinary hearing has begun against a pathologist whose research challenges child-abuse assumptions. She is the second doctor to be accused in five years

Attorneys for mom charged in toddler's murder blame sis, 8

last yearNews : NY Daily News

Emily DeFries' attorneys suggested that the toddler's sister caused the fatal injuries ruled as blunt force trauma and Shaken Baby Syndrome.

Why Shaken Baby Syndrome Is Dividing the Medical World

When murder charges were dropped last month against Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy—who cared for a 1-year-old baby in Cambridge, Mass., who died of what looked like shaken baby syndrome in 2013—it was only the second time since 2006 that the state medical examiner changed the manner of...

Retro Report: Shaken Baby Syndrome: A Diagnosis That Divides the Medical World

last yearNews : NYTimes: News

For years, doctors swore by the symptoms of head trauma that were accepted as evidence of a crime against a child. Now, a growing number are not so sure.

The Nanny Murder Trial

last yearNews : NYTimes: News

In 1997, a young British nanny charged with murder brought shaken baby syndrome into the national spotlight, and raised a scientific debate that continues to shape child abuse cases today.

To troll or not to troll: The White House responds to a We The People petition from antivaccine activists

Antivaccine activists amuse me. Obviously, I think they are a major risk to public health. Their relentless demonization of vaccines as causing autism, autoimmune diseases, “shaken baby syndrome,” and even sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) serves no purpose other than to frighten parents and discourage them from vaccinating. As despicable as some of their antics…

Medical News Today: Risk of death from shaken baby syndrome could be identified with new tool

Researchers have created a tool that they say could help doctors identify children who are at risk of death from abusive head trauma, or shaken baby syndrome.

When is ‘Shaken BabySyndrome Possibly Vaccine Injury Instead?

By Mary Romaniec Perhaps it is just the cynic in me that I can rarely look at a media news story without a measure of skepticism. And perhaps it is also that my job as a reporter has me looking...

The controversy about shaken baby syndrome actually isn’t one at all

A recent series of articles in the Washington Post and a segment on NPR have caused quite a stir. The articles are about what we have called for decades shaken baby syndrome. It can be fatal. We now use the term non-accidental head trauma. This term replaced the older one because it is more specific; children […]

2-week-old baby injured, dad faces child abuse charge

TEMPE, AZ - A teenage father was arrested in Tempe on Tuesday after his 2-week-old son suffered injuries consistent with shaken baby syndrome, a court document stated.Anthony Estrada, 19, and Savionne Schartzbauer arrived at Banner Desert...Show More Summary

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