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Things are supposed to be scary on Halloween, right?
Well, the goal is to have fun being scared – safely. Nobody wants to cap off an evening of trick-or-treating in the emergency room.
Besides watching out for their nutrition (don’t overdo the candy!), you may also want to review some basic safety rules with your kids before they head out on Halloween.
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers a great list of Halloween safety tips, including:
To avoid pedestrian injuries, the academy recommends that kids:
Have fun, and stay safe this Halloween!
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