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New report details the leading cause of child deaths in Clark County
New report details the leading cause of child deaths in Clark County

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AIR DATE: October 24, 2011

Suffocation was the leading cause of child death's in Clark County in 2010. That's according to a new report from UNLV's Institute for Children’s Research and Policy. The report details the leading causes of child death in the county and gives recommendations on outreach and prevention strategies. We talk with one of the report's authors on ways to prevent accidental and other causes of child death.

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Tara Phebus, Assoc Dir, Institute for Children’s Research and Policy, UNLV

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