Halloween party is scary for all the right reasons! Recent studies have shown that far too many toddlers are consuming more than the amount of sugar found in a Snicker's bar each day.
And as noted by a CDC researcher in the aforementioned study, the predilection for super-sweet tastes starts early, and only increases as the child ages, potentially leading down a path towards poor health.
Brooks says the time immediately following Halloween is one of the busier times of the year for dentists, and says the buy-back program is a way for kids to help keep their teeth clean.
As little ghoulish ghosts and cackling witches prepare to take to the streets in search of candy, a group in the U.S.is calling for Halloween to be moved to a different date. Parents are encouraged to tell their children that they ate all the candy overnight and film the kids' reactions.
She did it again, you guys.
- As the kids head out to trick-or-treat there's a nationwide push to change Halloween forever.
This uncertainty when it comes to Halloween has become such a major problem that a USA based petition to change what day the spooky holiday falls on is already underway, and it's gaining some pretty massive attention.
The main cause for concern is that children are most at risk of being hit by a vehicle on Halloween night than any other autumn evening.
"It's safer and I get to see my friends".