Why you should buy an indoor baby swing

The Globe and Mail reports that a baby swing could have a big impact on indoor environments.

A baby swing can help keep indoor areas cleaner, less dangerous and less likely to get contaminated by indoor mosquitoes.

It also has the potential to save lives, according to a study from the University of Manitoba.

While indoor mosquito traps and outdoor privacy screens have been tested, this study says that babies have been found to be more likely to develop infections, especially in the first few months of life.

“It’s not just a problem of mosquitoes in our homes, it’s also a problem for our children,” said Dr. Michael Krasnick, who was the study’s lead author.

“And there’s no way to stop it, so we should all have at least a little bit of a conversation about whether this is a safe alternative to indoor mosquito control.”

The researchers found that babies exposed to indoor mosquitoes had lower rates of the virus than those exposed to outdoor mosquito traps.

It’s important to note that while this study was done in Canada, it only looked at babies, not toddlers or young children.

That means that, while the findings might sound promising, there’s still much to learn about the effects of indoor mosquito-control measures.

“We need to know whether babies are more susceptible to getting infected by indoor mosquito bites in addition to whether they are more vulnerable to getting the virus in their homes,” said Krasnik.

“If we know that they’re more vulnerable, we should be doing more to get them out of the house.”

The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.

It comes at a time when parents and health officials are increasingly concerned about the spread of the Zika virus.

The virus is linked to microcephaly in babies.

In October, a baby born to a woman in the US tested positive for Zika.

The new study shows that the virus is more prevalent in adults.

And it could also be linked to other health issues, including autism and heart problems.

In addition to the potential risks, Krasik said that this study is an important first step in identifying the most effective ways to help people who live in a highly polluted area.

“I would encourage people to start to think about this and be proactive,” he said.

“Because we have to have an effective way of keeping the indoor mosquito population in check.”