There is such a thing as a healthy Halloween, and you too can help promote it. With childhood obesity at an all-time high, this Halloween you should try and keep your child's candy consumption under control.
Some tips for a safe and healthy Halloween include checking the weather before going trick-or-treating, scouting locations for trick-or-treating and not allowing your child to eat all the candy collected.
On this week's Health Front, Jeannette Calle shares more tips on ways your child can have a fun-filled, yet healthy Halloween.
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Although the week will kick off on a seasonably mild note in much of the West, increasingly warm air will expand into the northern Rockies and Pacific Northwest during the rest of the week.
Following a bright, dry and increasingly mild weekend in the northeastern U.S., a rainy midweek is in store for the region.
A storm which will bring the risk of flooding downpours early this week.
The resurgence of heat will come back with a vengeance this week as the highest readings so far this year will be rivaled.
Following the most significant rain event since last year, residents of the south-central United States may be wondering if more beneficial wet weather is on the way.
While lovers of springtime are often appalled by a snowy forecast after March 21, many major U.S. cities have received measurable snowfall well into April and even May.
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