Have costumes, candy and Halloween delights dancing in your head? Before you get wrapped up in the holiday spirit, check out these easy tips and tricks that can make your Halloween celebration healthy and safe. 245 more words
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Don’t let all the Halloween candy make your skin look spooky. Dr. Rajani Katta, professor of dermatology at Baylor College of Medicine, says certain foods— not just sweets— can cause “sugar sag,” where skin loosens and wrinkles. 207 more words
Halloween shouldn’t be scary for children with diabetes. It’s important for kids to participate in fun activities like they did before being diagnosed.
Experts at Baylor College of Medicine encourage parents to plan ahead and know what activities they’ll be attending. 215 more words
Looking for a way to enjoy the fabulous fall weather and get active? Join us for the third annual Baylor College of Medicine Wellness 5kRace/Walk and Kids’ 1k Fun Run Saturday, Oct. 246 more words