“Baby blue” baby color has been a trendy trend in baby products for years.
It is also an important color for baby food and baby clothing.
But according to a study published in the journal PNAS, babies born to mothers who use baby blue as their baby color will have significantly lower IQ scores than those who do not.
The research, which was led by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, compared a group of healthy infants born in 2012 to those born a year earlier.
Researchers measured the babies’ IQs, blood pressure, heart rate, and other health indicators.
Their results were published in PNAS.
The researchers concluded that baby blue babies were “significantly less likely to have any of the other risk factors for low IQ, including birth weight, maternal smoking, parental history of psychosis, low socioeconomic status, and obesity.”
In the study, the researchers examined the IQ scores of 1,876 babies born in Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Tennessee, and Wisconsin between January 1, 2012 and June 30, 2016.
They found that babies born with baby blue scores of 4.7, 6.1, 8.7 and 9.3 had IQ scores between the average of 5.6 and 6.2.
The lowest IQ scores were found in babies born between 3.2 and 4.9 and between 2.8 and 3.4.
The authors concluded that, “Baby Blue babies, particularly those who are born to a mother who uses it as their infant color, have significantly lowered IQ scores compared to those not using it.”
While baby blue has been widely adopted as a baby color, the study does not prove that it is harmful to babies, said co-author Jennifer Reiss, a senior scientist in the department of behavioral science and neuroscience at the UAB.
She said there is evidence that baby colors are good for children’s health and development.
But, she added, babies should not be used as a general indicator of what a baby’s color will look like.
“It’s really important that parents use this information in making the best decisions about their babies,” she said.
“There are certain things that babies need to be able to do, like sit up, but babies are a lot more than that,” she added.
“Baby blue is an extremely strong color and it can be a strong color for babies and also be a really good color for the baby.”
The findings, Reiss said, are an example of how parents should take advantage of the “new and emerging” baby colors to better help babies’ development.
The baby color trend has become a big issue in the US, especially among younger generations.
In April, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the use of a baby coloring called BlueBaby for children under the age of six.
The company claims BlueBaby has been shown to help infants develop “mental, behavioral, and social skills and attention, and physical, motor, and visual skills.”
However, some parents have complained about the blue color and the way it is used.
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, babies have a hard time distinguishing blue from other colors, and there is concern that blue can cause eye irritation, irritability, and aggression.
BlueBaby, a product of Baby Blue Inc., was launched in 2016 and is made by Blue Baby.
Baby Blue, a company, is based in Birmingham, Alabama.