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|Halloween Health and Safety: Checklist and Tips|
|News Releases - General Info|
|Written by Megan Anaya|
|Wednesday, 10 October 2012 12:41|
Review this list as the sun rises on Halloween and make sure all are checked before dusk. (Many thanks to the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta)
FOR KIDS: Halloween Safety and Health Tips from the Experts
Halloween is one of the most exciting holidays for children because they can dress up in elaborate costumes and act out of character. However, as the sun goes down and trick-or-treaters start roaming the streets of your neighborhood, there are several things to worry about as a parent or guardian. Potentially hazardous costumes or accessories, tainted candy and crossing the street at night without supervision are only a few concerns that should be addressed prior to a child leaving the house.
Children ages 5-14 are four times more likely to be killed while walking on Halloween evening compared with other evenings of the year. Falls are the leading cause of injuries among children on Halloween. Halloween is a fun time for children, but it also is an important time to be extra vigilant for possible safety hazards—so that your children have a fun and safe Halloween.
Kids Consume 1.5 Cups of Fat, 3 Cups of Sugar and 4,800 Calories at Halloween Time
Many of us spend hours decorating the house and creating the perfect costume for a spooky Halloween, but the spookiest part of Halloween is not the scary costumes or the spider web on your front porch – it’s the amount of fat, sugar and calories consumed by trick-or-treaters.
By visiting 15 houses, the average trick-or-treater can collect up to 60 pieces of “fun-size” candy on Halloween night. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta looked at the calories, fat and sugar content of a bag of typical Halloween treats and found it to be equivalent to 4,800 calories, one-and-a-half cups of fat and three cups of sugar.
“Allowing your child to consume three cups of sugar is like standing by and watching them eat 200 packets of sugar,” said Dr. Stephanie Walsh, Medical Director of Child Wellness at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. “Halloween and candy are synonymous, but it’s important to provide sweets in moderation and focus on the fun and family time of the event – not the candy.”
According to Dr. Walsh, candies with rich ingredients such as chocolate and peanut butter have the highest sugar and fat content. And many specialty Halloween candies, such as candy corn, contain unhealthy amounts of sugar if not consumed in moderation.
Childhood obesity has become a threatening epidemic in Georgia. Weighing in just below Mississippi, Georgia has the second highest rate of childhood obesity in the United States. Nearly one in three children ages 10 to 17 in Georgia is considered to be overweight or obese (National Survey of Children’s Health, 2007), and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is continuing to witness a steady rise in obesity cases at all three of its hospitals.
To combat this chronic illness, Dr. Walsh offers several tips to help Georgia’s families have a fun and healthy Halloween:
About Tips Provider:
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, one of the leading pediatric healthcare systems in the country, is pleased to offer Health and Safety Tips for parents and children. You can view a variety of expert tips at www.choa.org/
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