Child Clothes Causing Rash Outbreak

A new alert is out for parents concerning baby clothes.

The Federal government is warning parents about clothing from carter's, incorporated, that have tagless labels after about 400 babies who wore the garments developed a rash.

The warning applies to the fall 2007 line which includes about 110 million garments.

The consumer product safety commission advises children should stop wearing the clothes if they develop the rash, but has not recalled the line.

For more information, consumers can call 888-282-4674 or visit the Carter's Web site or the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.