• North Carolina Military Family's Breastfed Infant Daughter Medically Kidnapped for 305 Days

    When a family welcomes their firstborn, no matter how difficult the labor, how long the labor, whether instrumentation had to be used to get the baby out, or whether an emergency cesarean is done to finally welcome their new bundle of joy, all of this is a distant past with the arrival a new baby.  With ten fingers and ten toes, doctors and nurses unconcerned about the events that took place during birth, you assume you are blessed and have happy, healthy baby.   Families are starting to realize these events that occur during labor can result in underlying conditions that can lead to false allegations of child abuse and tear families apart.   A military family from North Carolina tells us about their almost one-year long ordeal that threatened to take their daughter away from them forever. After taking their baby to the emergency room, they were transferred to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Children’s Hospital, where the Beacon Team, with their Child Abuse Specialists, accused them of abusing their baby.

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  • North Carolina Military Family's Breastfed Infant Daughter Medically Kidnapped for 305 Days

    Had this baby had any vaccines? "Shaken Baby Syndrome" is a (deliberate) misnomer for vaccine damage.

  • North Carolina Military Family's Breastfed Infant Daughter Medically Kidnapped for 305 Days

    Jill-Herendeen said:

    Had this baby had any vaccines? "Shaken Baby Syndrome" is a (deliberate) misnomer for vaccine damage.

    Sometimes, but not always. There are several factors that contribute to symptoms that can be misinterpreted as SBS. But you are correct, that we should have asked the parents on the vaccination status. But there are very few parents who have enough courage to resist vaccines, so the assumption is that most of these children are vaccinated.

    Editor, Health Impact News