Posted September 09, 2018 05:23:42The dark skin babies trend has taken off in the past couple of months and the phenomenon has attracted a lot of attention.
It is a popular topic on Facebook and has been shared more than 30,000 times.
The phenomenon of dark skinned babies is based on the concept of the dark skin colour.
When a dark skined baby has dark skin, their skin colour changes, becoming a dark shade of brown or a darker shade of grey.
In India, dark skin is considered a health risk and is often associated with a variety of health problems.
However, dark complexion babies are still a relatively new phenomenon.
The term dark skin skin baby is a term used to describe babies with dark skin that have dark skin.
According to research done by a leading Indian geneticist, dark coloured babies are less likely to develop health problems and are less prone to developing asthma.
Dark skin babies have been found to be more susceptible to developing obesity and diabetes and have been shown to have a higher incidence of autism spectrum disorder.
“It is estimated that the prevalence of dark-skinned children in India is 5 per cent and this number is rising.
As a result, many families are reluctant to give up their dark skin and the dark colour in their children,” said Dr S.K. Krishnan, an expert on genetic disorders.
He added that this has made dark skin parents anxious.
“Parents are worried that if their child is dark skin then they will have to give them up.
Parents are fearful that their child will not be able to be happy.
They fear that if they give their child the dark complexion, it will lead to a social stigma,” said Krishnan.
The dark colour baby phenomenon has been seen in the United Kingdom, but there is no scientific research available on its prevalence in India.