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.
National Confectioners Association says 87 percent of parents will buy or create
Easter baskets for their kids and 81 percent of them will steal
candy back from their kids\’ Easter stash.
Candy is the perfect name for this sweet, 2-year-old chocolate Lab mix. She is looking for her forever home.
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. Comic book heroes are expected to be popular among boys, and princesses are the top costume choice for girls. Four-legged…
Walk into any grocery store and you\’ll see the remnants of this weekend\’s holiday feast on the shelves.