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    Default Cheap Medic bracelets for Kids

    I was just at Rexall picking up a few things, and I saw a display of colourful medical bracelets for kids, with peanut allergy, dairy, gluten, diabetes, bee stings, ashama. The maker is Beware Bandits, and they are $6 something. bewarebandits.com They look decent, rubber material, with a 3 sizing button.

    I picked one up for DS. It's green, with Allergic to Peanuts on it, and a picture of a peanut. He thinks it's cool.
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    Medial alert also gives free braceletts to school aged children.
    There is also a site called Medical ID Bracelets, Medical Alert Jewelry, Medical Alert Bracelets she has great bracelets as well
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    What Rexall did you go to? I'm interested in picking up a few.
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    Did you notice if they have latex?

    ETA: LOL! Both in the bracelets and FOR a latex allergy.
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    I went to the Rexall on Highbury North (by Kilally). I would imagine most should carry them. They were at one of the end aisles, near the middle section of the store.

    I don't recall seeing latex allergy ones. But, yes the bracelets are latex free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AuntPetunia View Post
    Did you notice if they have latex?

    ETA: LOL! Both in the bracelets and FOR a latex allergy.
    YOu could get him an actual medic alert bracelet. Look into the NO CHILD WITHOUT Program See if you school is listed you'll get a free medic alert till he's 14 I think. If your school isn't listed you just need the principal to give quick call to be put on the list. IMO they're the best way to go when it comes to allergies.
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