Friday, February 4, 2011

New Questions Are Raised About Shaken-Baby Syndrome

NY Times: Shaken-Baby Syndrome Faces New Questions in Court, by Emily Bazelon:

At 4 months, Noah Whitmer was an easy baby. Super tranquilo, remembers Trudy Eliana Muñoz Rueda, who took care of Noah at her home day care center in Fairfax County, Va. Rueda and Noah’s mother, Erin Whitmer, both noticed when he stopped taking his bottle well and napping as usual in the middle of his fifth month, in April 2009. Whitmer thought this was because Noah had just started eating solid food. She and Rueda talked about it early on April 20, both of them hunched over Noah in his car seat when Whitmer dropped him off. . . .

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/reproductive_rights/2011/02/in-court-shaken-baby-syndrome-faces-new-questions.html

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