Middle Schoolers Raise Awareness for Shaken Baby Syndrome in Attempt to Break World Record
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Abusive head trauma awareness has reached middle schoolers in Danville, Illinois, who hope to increase that awareness throughout the country by setting a world record, according to The News Gazette. The members of the Future Problem Solvers at North Ridge Middle School plan to gain attention for shaken baby syndrome on You Tube and in the Guinness record books when they lead 2,500 people in simultaneously dropping a roll of Mentos into a 2-liter bottle of soda. By breaking the current record and naming shaken baby syndrome as the benefactor of all proceeds, the kids hope to raise money to help victims of abuse. Afte the mass "explosion," the students plan to post the event on You Tube along with facts of shaken baby syndrome.
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