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Halloween is to be spooky, not dangerous

It’s still a week away, so now is the perfect time to prepare — correctly — for those little goblins who will go door-to-door for Trick or Treat next Monday night.
Each year, kids are injured when they fall or get injured in traffic, and experts warn that some planning about costumes and appropriate caution can make the evening a lot safer.
It may also make it more comfortable, since one of the important safety tips is to make sure that all costumes are age-appropriate and fit correctly.
Experts warn that over-sized costumes and masks can cause children to trip and ...

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