Senator Stewart-Cousins Remarks on Shaken Baby Syndrome Resolution

 
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"Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is something that is preventable through education and public awareness," said Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins as she recognizes the week of April 20th-April 26th as Shaken Baby Syndrome Awareness week with a resolution, telling the story of Cynthia Gibbs who at 8-months old died from brain damage as a result of being shaken violently by her own caregiver. To learn more about SBS, and how it can be prevented, please visit the New York State Department of Health website.