Here are some ways to have fun and be safe this Halloween!

Halloween can be a holiday with a lot of anxiety for children with diabetes and their parents. As the pandemic continues, it is important to follow safe and healthy tips to participate in Halloween activities to reduce the possibility of contacting COVID-19, especially with the younger unvaccinated groups. Check out the following articles and have a fun and safe Halloween. 

Portrait Of Girl Wearing Fancy Dress Outside House Collecting Candy For Trick Or Treat

Tips for Trick-or-Treating with Diabetes

Halloween can be a difficult time to control the intake of candy, for both children and parents. Candy can be incorporated into the meal plan, with careful planning and monitoring of portion size.

Healthy Halloween Treats

Healthy Halloween Treat Recipes

Check out these healthy Halloween recipes from Joslin nutritionists.

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Safer Ways to Celebrate Holidays

View the CDC guidelines on Trick or Treating this year.