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Safety tattoos, bands warn of kids' deadly allergies

11:36 AM, Sep. 18, 2013
SafetyTat sells brightly colored temporary tattoos or long-lasting write-on stickers that can be placed prominently on a child's arm, with notices such as 'ALERT: NUT ALLERGY' or other critical information.
SafetyTat sells brightly colored temporary tattoos or long-lasting write-on stickers that can be placed prominently on a child's arm, with notices such as 'ALERT: NUT ALLERGY' or other critical information.
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Parents whose kids have severe food allergies know they can't be too careful - in a child allergic to peanuts, one taste of peanut butter could cause a deadly reaction.

So parents are coming up with ways to remind new teachers, classmates and baby sitters to be extra careful.

Michele Walsh, a mother of three from Baltimore, created SafetyTat after having to write safety information on each of her kids' arms during a family trip. The company sells brightly colored temporary tattoos or long-lasting write-on stickers ($19.99 from Safetytat.com) that can be placed prominently on a child's arm, ...

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