4 trick-or-treat safety strategies: How to have a happy and healthy Halloween

Girl in holding a pumpkin bucket.

“The Children’s Hospital of Georgia at Augusta University’s (CHOG) emergency department saw 18 patients last Halloween,” said Debi Deeder, pediatric trauma program manager at CHOG. “While we’re honored to serve the community with our pediatric emergency and trauma services, we want you and your kids to stay safe this Halloween and always.”

Find out how to keep your little ghosts and goblins safe from bumps in the night in this post from the CHOG blog.

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