A recent survey from National Confectioners Association found which group of people is most likely to have candy — and lots of it — for trick-or-treaters.
A woman in North Dakota is making headlines after announcing she
will not give candy on Halloween night to overweight kids who ring her bell. Instead, she\’ll hand out a letter.
Like kids, parents are tempted to dig-in, but even those small \”fun-sized\” candy bars can do damage to the waistline.
Most Americans will have a few sweets right along with the kids this
Halloween, but eating some treats could make for a spooky visit to the dentist.
Area moms gear up for an annual post-Halloween
When people think of Halloween, what word comes to
mind? For children, it is probably candy. But
there are healthier options out there for trick-
Halloween candy is everywhere, from homes to
offices to even the gym. But how can people enjoy
it without ruining their diets?
WASHINGTON – There will be a lot of princesses and pumpkins trick-or-treating this Halloween. The National Retail Federation 2012 Top Costumes survey highlights the most popular Halloween costumes this year for children, pets and adults.…