It’s the right word. I’m grateful for the good in her (his) life. I hope her family understands her situation, how fortunate they are to have a wonderful child in hers.
“But sometimes a parent feels that they must do something to protect their child.”
The incident in question involved the baby boy and his parents, who were separated about 15 minutes before he was pronounced dead.
He was in the care of his father, who was away and doing a cleaning job.
Cases of accidental deaths involving babies are extremely rare, said Dr John O’Malley, chief executive of the Royal College of Physicians.
“I am not aware of any cases of this nature or this severity and in fact I would imagine that this would be more rare if it was a young child in the home where there were three parents,” he explained.
One of the parents at the home had previously been convicted of manslaughter, O’Malley said.
In Britain, there is a very low rate of accidental deaths in family homes, the chief executive said.
“When you look at accidental deaths among children under five, there is an overall 5.5 per cent rate of deaths,” said O’Malley, who added that the rate in the elderly population was slightly higher.
“The issue of parental responsibility is really a major issue and we need to remember that this is not just about the law in our country. It is about all human values and it’s about the society that we live in as well.”
A report prepared for the council for children, families and parents found parents should be able to take care of their children, while caring for their elderly parents.
The report warned elderly parents should be left in the “best of hands,” and said care and safety for the most vulnerable should take precedence over the rights of the child.
It recommended that parents not be required to accompany their elderly parents to some hospital appointments and that a nurse and social worker should accompany family to all other visits to hospital facilities.
The charity also urged police to investigate whether there had been any criminal offences, and urged councils to keep a record of cases of a baby dying after being left unattended.
In the U.S., the National Association of Medical Examiners also recommends that health professionals should leave home for visits to hospital after a baby has died and asked local authorities to implement this advice.
The organization said such deaths were “extremely rare” but