Halloween candy

Sanford Health offers tips on how to stay safe during Halloween night

Practicing Halloween safety in the middle of a pandemic

FARGO, N.D. — With rising COVID-19 cases in the state and children eager to dress up for Halloween, it may raise health concerns among parents. “Some traditional Halloween activities can be at high risk for spreading the COVID-19 virus. We suggest avoiding anything that involves a large group, indoor costume parties or haunted houses, carnivals just to decrease the spread…

Friendly Smiles Dentistry Buys Back Candy to Treat Our Troops

Everyone who donated candy received dental hygiene goody bags.

FARGO, N.D.–Friendly Smiles Cosmetic Dentistry is hosting a Halloween candy buy back event. Kids received a dollar for every pound of candy they donated. They also had opportunities to win Target gift cards by guessing the total amount of candy collected and donating the most candy. All the candy collected is sent to military troops deployed overseas through Operation Gratitude….

Profile by Sanford Has Tricks for Keeping Your Sweet Treats in Check this Halloween

Profile by Sanford Gives Tips on Portion Control for the Halloween Holiday

  FARGO, ND —┬áIt’s not just kids that will be digging into their piles of candy after Halloween. Profile by Sanford has some tips on how parents with a sweet tooth can practice portion control. After your kids bring their candy home Sanford Health has some tips on how to keep from overindulging. Profile by Sanford coach Amy Nathan says…