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Sweet News? Dangers To Children During Halloween Rarely, If Ever, Come From Strangers Tampering With Candy

08:58 EDT 28 Oct 2019 | Kaiser Health News

It's more myth than reality that children might be given marijuana-laced cookies or other dangerous treats, but it doesn't mean the little goblins are safe. The number of pedestrians getting hit by cars increases slightly on Halloween. Public health news looks at sleep deprivation, teen resiliency in a digital age, battling Monday blues, misleading health apps, a Xanax recall, unsafe drinking water, chemo during pregnancy, first responders with PTSD, help for diverticulitis, taking MRIs on the road, walking-the-dog benefits, and more.

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