Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a result of an infant being thrown or shaken vigorously, causing brain damage. Mild early symptoms may include vomiting, fussiness, or lethargy. SBS can cause hearing loss, difficulty breathing, bleeding in the eyes, seizures, or coma. Any brain injury in a young child can cause long-term disability including learning disabilities, motor control problems (cerebral palsy), blindness or deafness, and behavioral problems.