Some parents in San Antonio, Texas, are wondering if their baby's rash is linked to a warning about some popular children's clothes. Some baby clothes with tagless labels have reportedly been causing a strange rash in hundreds of babies. The outfits are made by Carter's and were part of the Fall 2007 line. The company has been working closely with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and issued a joint advisory to alert consumers to the situation.
Carter's says if your child develops such an allergic reaction, you should stop using the garment.