How to use Child abuse in a sentence

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  • The most common cause of head injury in children under age two is child abuse.

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  • There are child-abuse memoirs, eating-disorder memoirs, and, of course, the miserable Irish childhood memoir.

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  • A grand jury voted to indict the parents of the murdered toddler on charges of child abuse resulting in death. 

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  • One fourth of the confirmed cases of child abuse in the United States involve physical abuse.

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  • Some good websites to visit concerning child abuse signs are Help Guide and the Child Welfare Information Gateway.

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  • Domestic violence and child abuse is a prevalent issue and about 35 percent of these violent acts are done by someone under the influence of alcohol.

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  • News of the Los Angeles Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) investigation of Britney Spears regarding allegations of child abuse and/or neglect of her two boys, unfortunately, comes as no surprise.

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  • December 2007- The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services opens up an investigation of child abuse and neglect claims regarding Spears and her children.

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  • A family recently featured on the hit reality TV show Supernanny is being investigated for child abuse.

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  • Seymour is a celebrity ambassador for the nonprofit organization, Childhelp, raising awareness for child abuse prevention and treatment.

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  • Prior to diagnosis, parents of children with EDS have found themselves under suspicion of child abuse.

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  • Reporting child abuse to authorities is mandatory for doctors, teachers, and childcare workers in most states as a means to prevent continued abuse.

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  • Recognizing the potential for child abuse and the seeking or offering of intervention, counseling, and training in good parenting skills before battered child syndrome occurs is the best way to prevent abuse.

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  • Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. 5th Edition.

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  • In infants and children, subdural hematoma is often seen in physical child abuse.

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  • Infants and children should be checked by a doctor if they have had a hard fall or accident in which they have hit their head or if child abuse or shaken baby syndrome is suspected.

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  • This response can range from a light slapping of a hand to severe beatings that qualify as child abuse.

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  • Suspected child abuse must be reported to police.

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  • Medical professionals will also look for indications of child abuse when evaluating human bites.

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  • Shaken baby syndrome (SBS) is the leading cause of death in child abuse cases in the United States.

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  • Round-the-clock crisis counseling for children and adults is offered by the Childhelp USA/IOF Foresters National Child Abuse Hotline.

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  • The National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse is an excellent source of information on the many support groups and other organizations that help abused and at-risk children and their families.

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  • It is important to remember that some of these symptoms of child abuse can be normal manifestations of play and activity.

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  • Physicians earlier labeled these injuries as accidental, but as more about child abuse became known, more cases of this syndrome were properly diagnosed.

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  • Unfortunately, because of the unusual nature of the fractures occurring in a baby who is not yet mobile, some parents have been accused of child abuse before the actual diagnosis of osteogenesis imperfecta was reached.

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  • Parents should be aware that physicians are required to consider the possibility of child abuse in every drowning or near drowning involving a child under the age of one year.

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  • He or she may also check for smoke inhalation, carbon monoxide poisoning, cyanide poisoning, other event-related trauma, or, if suspected, evidence of child abuse.

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  • St. Jude's Ranch for Children has been providing a safe living environment for youngsters who are victims of child abuse or who have been abandoned or neglected since the organization was founded in 1967 by Father Jack Adam.

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  • When considering this option, look for a provider who is licensed and accredited, who has a low number of children enrolled, and who has an updated criminal records check and child abuse and neglect clearance.

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  • If you choose to find your own nanny, be sure to do a thorough background check including criminal and child-abuse clearance through your local police department.

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  • Make sure they include a criminal and child-abuse background check in their screening.

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  • Although it is something we don't like to think about, child abuse is a reality for far too many children.

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  • It is also important to note that there are different types of child abuse.

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  • Recognizing the signs is the first step in stopping the cycle of child abuse.

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  • Many people fail to recognize the term child neglect as one of the types of child abuse.

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  • No matter how the abuse was administered, however, child abuse is a crime.

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  • Emotional abuse is probably the trickiest of all the types of child abuse because there are no physical signs.

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  • Families with dramatic secrets abound, and storylines run the gamut from infidelities and teenage pregnancies to classic "whodunit" murders and child abuse.

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  • Her first important job was playing the role of child abuse victim Penny on Norman Lear's landmark 70s show Good Times.

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  • Frank Zito (Joe Spinell) is a deeply disturbed man, haunted by the traumas of unspeakable child abuse.

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  • Grievance Procedures - Includes both client and business, anything from child abuse issues to state legal sanctions for breaking the rules.

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