You need to follow some simple steps to remove the toxins due to sugar in your body.
Halloween buy back programs where children are offered prizes or money for their unopened candy will start soon throughout the nation.
An unidentified woman from Fargo, ND announced on live radio that she plans on giving obese children a letter instead of candy.
Halloween is coming soon, and doctors are giving parents of trick-or-treaters a few safety tips.
The most favorable time for chocolate business is the Halloween holidays. A recent survey from Confectioners Association found that 72% of all candy spending this Halloween will be on chocolate. Last year more than $12 billion was spent on chocolates alone in the USA.
The FDA warns customers to avoid buying illegal colored contact lenses for Halloween due to the risks involved.
Halloween is just round the corner, and the time has come to fill that stomach up with tempting candies and let guilt take over once again, for adults and for children alike. Well, do you have to necessarily let take guilt take over once again? Won't it be better to simply steer clear of sweet temptations or choose mini treats over fun-size? At least that's what the experts suggest. For all those people who watch their calorie intake and are conscious about putting on weight, experts advise a few simple tips to resist the candy temptation. First of all, they say, it might help to wait till the last moment before buying the Halloween candies in order to cut extra calories, because if there are no candies in the house, you can't be tempted to eat them, Health Day reports.
Senior citizens are at the top of the list of people at risk for contracting and unfortunately, passing away from the coronavirus. This is in great part due to their weaker immune systems and common existing health problems associated with aging. As such, it has been highly recommended that seniors do their best to remain at home to reduce the likelihood of contracting the virus.