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However, two recent reports in the British Medical Journal found a link between swaddling and the development of hip abnormalities.
However, a recent study by the University Hospital Southampton(*) highlighted health problems with swaddling, including the risk of hip problems in later life.
In the past, swaddling was common, but educational programmes led to the practice being abolished, particularly in Japan, for instance.
The reason that swaddling is so popular is that it helps babies feel safe and contained.
And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.
Justice, comfort, and love will come--albeit wrapped in swaddling clothes.
Even your enfeebled I will tumble each over rills, or swaddling your corpses in my danties weep at the respite in such bright change.
Receiving much less flashy coverage than the CEOs in swaddling clothes were the buried reports on the annual compensation of various downsizers and fatcats.
To delight the millions of Angry Birds fans around the world, SwaddleDesigns is introducing multiple best-selling and award-winning products featuring Angry Birds including the Ultimate Receiving Blanket[R], Marquisette Swaddling Blanket[R], zzZipMe Sack[R] wearable blanket, Baby Lovie[R] security blankie and Baby Burpies[R].
Safe, comfortable swaddling baby wrap with handles allows caregivers to easily transfer babies from their arms to a crib without disturbing or waking them
The resurgence of swaddling has prompted fears of an increase in developmental hip problems in infants.