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October 2020 | Issue No. 202
Winter Weather Tips

Some Halloween traditions may look different this year to keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are still plenty of ways families can have fun while avoiding the risk of being exposed to or spreading the virus. Tap here to find ideas and suggestions to create magical memories, safely.

Some cosmetics and face paints, even products marketed to children and teens,
can irritate skin and may even contain toxic ingredients such as lead, mercury, or asbestos. Read more about ingredients to avoid in costume makeup and face paints this Halloween. 

Halloween treats can be tricky for children with food allergies. Even small amounts of ingredients they're allergic to can cause a serious reaction. Find tips to keep Halloween frights festive and prevent a medical emergency.

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