Baby danger;Child File;The week in education;Briefing

24th December 1999 at 00:00
BABIES can be killed or severely injured by being shaken just moderately, a conference organised by the Institute of Ophthalmology learned. Dr Brian Clark, the organiser, said: "People convicted of killing a baby could be innocent." There have been a number of court cases of deaths from "shaken baby syndrome", including that of Louise Woodward.

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