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to cover completely and closely, as with clothing or bandages

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wrap in swaddling clothes

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Influence of swaddling on sleep and arousal characteristics of healthy infants.
Our 'Safer Way to Sleep' program is now in over 1,400 birthing hospitals, in which the nursing staff teaches safe sleep on newborns by demonstrating safe swaddling techniques using a HALO SleepSack Swaddle.
health professionals and current guidelines should consider an appropriate age limit at which swaddling should be discouraged," the study stated.
Use swaddling to reduce excessive crying in children until they are four months old, then stop.
Many crying babies will stop crying when swaddled and this is because the swaddling mimics the feeling of the womb being around them before they were born.
In the past, swaddling was common, but educational programmes led to the practice being abolished, particularly in Japan, for instance.
SWADDLING young babies is making a comeback after 50 years.
Some people look at a newborn baby wrapped in swaddling clothes and see all the evidence of God's existence in the world, others just see a lobster pink, tiny Winston Churchill look-a-like that cries and goes to the toilet perpetually.
Hinckley took the lead on 34 minutes when prop David Peck bulldozed his way through, and despite another missed conversion by Guy Swaddling it was enough to give Hinckley a lead at the break.
His Son was sent from the glory of Heaven to become a living message - a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes.
Despite nearly an hour of swaddling, rocking and bouncing, the infant would never stay down.
Indeed, the interest the animal takes in the corpse appears almost embarrassingly pragmatic: There is no concealing the fact that its frantic licking and burrowing is an attempt not to revive its master but to procure treats tucked by a trainer into her swaddling.
The team detected a gap in a dusty disk swaddling the young star CoKu Tau 4, which suggests that a large, Jupiterlike planet could be sweeping around the star.
The day may come--soon--when the nanobots are making our Caesar salad from molecular scratch and robots are swaddling our infants.
And she brought forth her firstborn son and wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger because there was no room for them in the inn.