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Published on Jun 11, 2012

Swaddling is the practice of wrapping a baby in a blanket or cloth for warmth and comfort. It can curb crying and promote sleep in infants because it mimics the security of the womb. If done correctly, swaddling can promote benefits such as: Better motor-skill growth Develop sleep patterns Less restlessness Longer sleep

Incorrect swaddling can lead to developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) according to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Orthopaedic Hip experts.

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