Preventing post-Halloween tummy aches

Halloween is a lot of fun, and kids especially enjoy collecting their favorite candies.
Oct 29, 2013

But many inevitably eat too much of it and develop either tooth aches or tummy aches, or both.

In "8 Tips for Preventing Post-Halloween Tummy Aches," Jessica Corwin provides advice for parents that have to deal with the latter pain.

"When it comes to managing those treats, the options are endless, though what works for one family, may not work for another," she wrote in her recent blog for the Smart Living Network. "Some families allow their kids to select a certain number of treats out of their bag and give the rest away, while others may allow their children to pick one treat per day until they are gone. And, of course, there are parents who may simply allow their kiddos to enjoy their treat basket without any limitations at all."

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