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Thursday October 29, 2015

Halloween Safety

Authored by: David S.R. Parker Posted in: Personal Injury

Little is more exciting to kids than dressing up in wacky costumes and being set free in neighbourhoods to collect free candy. Halloween should be a fun time that is free of easily preventable accidents and injuries. A few simple considerations when planning costumes, decorating around your house, and trick-or-treating can reduce the risk of injury.

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