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Man suspected of shaking his 5-month-old niece    Neri Brenner
1. It's called shaken baby syndrome
Hey, here's a newsflash: Babies cry. Sometimes for no readily discernible reason. But you comfort them as best you can, and take them to see the pediatrician if nothing seems to work. Shaking a baby maims, and can kill. Nothing is ever the baby's fault. Nothing. Although how anyone could shake a tiny infant is beyond me to begin with.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (03.28.12)
2. I hope there is a special place in hell for people like this
Devorah   (03.28.12)
3. SBS is caused by vaccines 80%
Shaken Baby Syndrome is caused by vaccines in very high percentage, but in Israel they dont want to admit it so the police does a very slow investigation, so slow that they will never reveal the true to the people. I love police but the government have the tendency to think people are ignorant and push the police to not reveal the true, and doctor will not recognize that the vaccine that they use causes this.
D ,   Israel   (03.28.12)
4. To: No. 3
There have long been allegations in the United States that vaccinations cause autism, but there is no credible proof of any sort; just a lot of anguished parents in various stages of grief. Shaken baby syndrome is caused by shaking a baby. I will grant you that it is remotely possible that a vaccine may in a rare instance cause a seizure, but they do not cause concussions, nor do they cause petechial hemorrhaging of the eyes, which are the classic symptoms of shaken baby syndrome.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (03.28.12)
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