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Urge NH Congress People to Support SBS Prevention Act of 2007

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Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a form of child abuse that results from violently shaking an infant or from abusive impact to an infant\'s head. Between 1,200 and 1,600 of the nation\'s children suffer from SBS each year. Congressional findings estimate that between one-quarter and one-third of SBS victims die as a result of their injuries, while one-third suffer permanent and severe disabilities, including traumatic brain injury, paralysis, seizures and loss of hearing or vision. To protect the nation\'s most vulnerable citizens from such tragic and preventable maltreatment, the U.S. Congress has introduced the Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Act of 2007 (S. 1204 and H.R. 2052). The bill enables the Secretary of Health and Human Services to develop a national public health campaign that would inform the general public, new parents, child care providers, health care providers and social workers about the risks and dangers associated with SBS. Tell your Representatives and Senators to pass the Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Act! So far none of the New Hampshire State Congress people have signed on to support this Act. Let\'s show them that this is an important issue to us in New Hampshire. There are some links to stories of SBS here in NH on the right hand side of this page. There are also links to all the NH Congress people\'s e-mails in case anyone has time to drop them a line personally asking them to support this.


I\'m a Criminal Justice Student due to graduate in December of 2007. I want to go on to be Children\'s Advocate. I\'m part of the army of soldiers fighting to stop Shaken Baby Syndrome.

Links Stories of SBS in NH E-Mail NH State Congress People and ask them to support the SBS Prevention Act of 2007 Senators Representatives Governor
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