We can all agree that the last thing we need is a Halloween that turns a fun-filled “fright night” into something truly to fear. So we tricked-and-treated up some safety tips to help you enjoy playful “Boos” and avoid any real boo-boos, or worse.
Trick or treat, trick or treat, give me something good to eat! We all remember that saying when we were kids. Americans will spend a spooktakular $2.1 billion on Halloween candy this year, according to the National Retail Federation.
Happy Halloween from Roper St. Francis! Our favorite tricks and treats for a healthier you. Spoiler alert: candy corn is not part of this post. Here’s a frightening fact: Halloween has become our second most commercial holiday – one pumpkin-carved carnival of sugar and costumes.