The U.S. Census bureau estimates more than 40 million American children and teens go trick-or-treating each year. This week Dr. Tedd l. Mitchell tells us how to avoid accidents this Halloween.
Vampires, ghosts and goblins should be the scariest part of Halloween. Unfortunately, this popular holiday is full of frightening dangers, ranging from pedestrian accidents and falls to burns and poisonings.
To keep Halloween fun and safe for everyone, follow these simple rules:
To find more Halloween safety tips, visit the centers for disease control and prevention at http://www.cdc.gov/family/halloween.
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