More kids die from domestic violence than accidents: UQ research

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Domestic violence leads to more child deaths and intensive care unit admissions in Queensland than accidents, and in infants they are most often head and brain injuries, according to new child safety research. Following the launch of the government’s $100 million domestic violence policy, Professor Justin Kenardy from the University of Queensland is raising awareness

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