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When baby cries and cries

By TIMES STAFF
Published July 1, 2007


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Bayfront Medical Center employees took part in a Coping With Crying seminar last week so they could in turn train parents. Three nurses and two social workers attended the two-hour class, led by Janet Goree, a Help a Child program coordinator. A state law named for Goree's granddaughter requires new parents to receive education about shaken baby syndrome. Help a Child is offering the seminar in five bay area counties.

[Last modified June 30, 2007, 23:44:40]


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