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Rashes Prompt Warning over Baby Clothing

by The Kid's Doctor Staff

A warning has been issued to parents about Carter’s Inc. your-baby garments with tag-less labels after about 400 children developed rashes on their backs after wearing the clothes.

The warning applies to about 110 million garments from the fall 2007 line according to Carter’s. The affected clothing includes knit items such as body suits, shirts and PJs. According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, the clothes were made in various foreign countries and were sold at Carter’s retail stores and a department and national chain stores.

The CPSC advises that children should stop using these garments if they develop a rash.
More Information: Carter’s Inc.

More Information: Consumer Product Safety Commission

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