By now you’ve probably heard about burp clothes.
The term is used to describe clothing that helps people with respiratory infections to breathe while they’re wearing them.
For many people, this clothing is a life-saving aid and a source of comfort and joy.
But while these items may be great for those in the hospital, they’re not quite so comforting when you’re a parent or caregiver.
And for the first time, the FDA has approved a new class of “gerber babies” that will allow these garments to be worn during pregnancy, when people can feel more comfortable, said Dr. Lisa Cawley, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Michigan.
For many parents, these garments can be a source for stress.
And when the baby is young, they can cause discomfort.
They can also have a detrimental effect on the baby’s lungs and cardiovascular system, which can be worsened by heavy breathing, said Cawleys doctor, Dr. Steven O’Donnell.
“When a child’s lungs are in such a bad state, there is often an impact on the heart and the nervous system.”
According to Cawks research, babies in this new category are typically wearing burp pants or gloves that they can wear while holding a baby.
The gloves are often designed with the mother’s back and arms facing the child, which provides a protective environment for the baby and can help prevent the breathing problem, she said.
“The gloves and burp clothing are designed to protect the baby from air and other air pollutants that could be a concern for the mother,” Cawkins said.
For parents, the garment can be very helpful to relieve some of the tension that might be caused by a baby in a crib or in a room with other parents.
For example, the child can be able to breathe easier while wearing the garment.
The glove and burps can also provide a lot of comfort for the child.
The garment also helps reduce the discomfort the child feels when the garment is worn, which is an important benefit for a lot.
The FDA approved the new class on June 18.
Cawys research found that when wearing the burp gloves, the infants in the new category were also more comfortable.
“The infants who were wearing the gloves were more likely to breathe at a relaxed rate,” Caws study found.
“This is an excellent way to help reduce the risk of the infant being in a very difficult situation.”