Shaken baby syndrome (abusive head trauma) demonstrations involving a doll with a visible brain are becoming more and more prevalent across the country in an effort to educate parents and other caregivers about the dangers of shaking a baby even mildly for a few seconds or just a few times. According to the Citrus Daily online, tonight's Citrus County Sheriff's 10-43 show at 7:30 p.m. will discuss "how, when, and why shaken baby syndrome occurs" and use the doll to show viewers exactly how the brain is damaged when a baby is shaken. University of Florida Child Protection Team Clinical Supervisor Sunshine Arnold will join the show to offer his insight regarding shaken baby syndrome.
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