A new analysis of child abuse deaths nationwide shows that countries with higher concentrations of poverty are more likely to have higher fatality rates. According to one researcher, the results suggest that “the economic atmosphere where a child lives may be associated with their risk of suffering a fatal abusive injury.” Read more.
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