I'm swamped at work, so I only have a few minutes while I drink my midmorning coffee, but this was too good to pass up. eWeek's daily healthcare newsletter yesterday included a link to an article on VeriChip's Baby Protection System, from which I drew the following teaser text:
VeriChip's infant protection system is really two separate above-the-skin solutions, one a band similar to a standard hospital bracelet that has an embedded RFID chip. The second option, called the Halo skin-sensing system, is similar to an electronic key fob for a car that can be attached to an infant's ankle or a patient's wrist. Another key fob-type device can be worn around the neck of staff members to use as a personal panic button.
Now you can deterministically identify your toddlers among all those others in the daycare center that look just like him or her. One more problem solved for the busy moms and dads out there.