A 3rd grade boy in Covington, Georgia was suspended from school for possession of banned objects. The banned object was the sugary disc candy known as Smarties. It wasn't so much the Smarties that was the eye opener here though. It was the fact that he wasn't eating them. He was snorting them. Snorting them like lines of cocaine.
The San Antonio Express-News did a survey on the best and worst Halloween candy according to their readers and since it is just one set of readers from one paper in one town, national conclusions can be drawn.
Halloween is a favorite holiday for kids; it's the one day of the year when you can get dressed up and ask other people for candy. As fun as Halloween is, it's a good idea for parents to encourage kids to practice safe habits when trick or treating. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind this and every Halloween.
Trick-or-treating is fast approaching and it's time to stock up on the sweets for all of the visitors. Are you the cool house that gives away the whole candy bars? I certainly hope you're not the house that hands out pennies, pencils and apples
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