A new study shows that a pioneering initiative to prevent shaken baby syndrome was associated with a 35-per-cent reduction in the number of children under two admitted to B.C. hospitals with shaking-related injuries.
It’s a trend injury researchers have come to expect: Rates of distracted-driving related crashes spike in the summer months and long weekends and can lead to more accidents. In 2016, nearly one-third of all distracted-driving related deaths in BC occurred in July and August alone.
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