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Monday, November 27, 2006

CSI: Parenting

The "CSI" craze has hit Miami, Vegas, NYC, jury boxes, and now, parenting.  Many parents across the country are swabbing the insides of their children's mouths to get a DNA sample just in case they need it if the youngster is kidnapped, runs away, or suffers a terrible accident.  The "insurance policy" of sorts they hope to never use.  Kits are being distributed by private companies, police stations, and orthodontists, ranging in cost from free to $60, and including a photo, fingerprints, a collection swab, and a special envelope in which to put the DNA sample. Story from . . [Michele Berry]

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Nowadays such things like DNA samples and child tracking devices are becoming very famous.Parent use them to protect their children as much as they can.

Posted by: Cara Fletcher | Jun 20, 2007 9:53:17 AM

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