Undated (WKOW) -- Clothing company Carter's published a message on their website recently, warning parents about a potential allergic reaction to tagless labels on their clothes.
Carter's says that their internal review came up with no results confirming the allergic reaction, but they are still working with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to properly warn consumers.
The issue is with tagless labels on their Fall 2007 line of clothing.
According to reports, about four in one million children have a reaction to the tags.
If your child does have a reaction, Carter's recommends that you stop using the garment and notify your pediatrician immediately.
There has been no recall issued for any of the clothes.
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