Stay safe this Halloween
Halloween can be a lot of fun for children, but the combination of darkness and people out and about can be dangerous. That’s why Susan Helms, director of Injury Prevention and Safe Kids Mid-South at Le Bonheur, reminds parents to think about safety on Halloween.
From costumes to paying extra attention, a few extra steps can make Oct. 31 fun for all.
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