Parents tag kids with stickers, "tattoos" to warn of food allergies

08/25/2013 | USA Today

Parents are using temporary tattoos and write-on stickers to list children's food allergies on their arms to remind teachers, friends and baby-sitters to help them stay away from triggers, such as peanut butter. Companies also offer medical-alert bracelets and clothing for children. Allergist Stan Fineman said anything that helps educate patients about their allergy problems is helpful.

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