Shaken Baby Syndrome v. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

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Shaken Baby Syndrome v. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
According to the national Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) (2004), 50 to 75% of adults and children do not realize the serious harm that shaking a baby can cause with approximately 600 cases per year and up into the thousands of babies having the shaken baby syndrome and many of these infants die (par 1). On the other hand, many parents are grieved and shocked when their young infants die from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). In fact, according the National Institute of Health (2010), the leading cause of infants between the ages of one month to one year of age is the SIDS (par 2). A study of the Shaken Baby Syndrome and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome will show that child abuse is...
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