Dec 4, 2015
Post By: Children's Health
Trick or treat, give me something good to eat! OK, kids probably won't be asking for healthy goodies on Halloween, so clinical nutritionists at Children's Health recommend these tips to help keep your kids (and your neighbor’s kids too) from overdoing it:
“Halloween can be a fun but also dangerous time of the year for many children,” said Kristen Beckworth, Injury Prevention program coordinator. “Children are four times more likely to be injured or killed while walking on Halloween than any other time of the year. We work to prevent pedestrian injuries throughout the year, but especially during Halloween – we want children to be safe and to be seen.” Here are safety tips to keep those little goblins and ghosts safe: Costume Safety
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