Wednesday, October 14, 2020 12:34 PM

NUT ALLERGY CASES IN CHILDREN MAY INCREASE DURING HALLOWEEN - THEHEALTHMANIA

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Health experts warn that nut allergy cases in children will surge during Halloween celebrations this year as the children will be exposed to chocolates and candy. Children who are allergic to nuts avoid taking anything that has these nuts in them but it is impossible to expect them to be careful during the Halloween trick or treat hunts which are mostly unsupervised. Hence the chances of eating nut-based chocolates and candies are high which means the nut allergy cases are also expected to be higher than normal.

The health experts are suggesting parents keep a watchful eye on their children and check their bag of candies especially the ingredients of these treats. If any of these treats contain nuts, make sure that your children dont eat these candies. In addition to this, the standard COVID-19 guidelines should also be followed for safety during Halloween celebrations.

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