Supermarkets are applying some glitz to the serious matter of children's scrapes. Some retailers polled by SN have discovered that adhesive bandages, along with other first-aid products made especially for children, are keeping kids and their parents interested in an array of merchandise in the health and beauty care aisle. Children's adhesive bandages, made in bright fashion colors and designs and featuring hot licensed characters, are the perfect complement for a variety of antiseptics, ...

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