No bones about it, Halloween is pretty darn fun. And not just if you're a kid. People of all ages love to get into the spirit of things, whether it's out-ghouling their neighbors with elaborate décor, letting themselves be bewitched by the little ones in their cute costumes, or even stealthily sneaking a few treats.
For older folks, it can be a great, pre-holiday way to fend off the late-fall blahs but, as with so many other things, it's important to take a few precautions. Here are some ideas to help ensure a happier, safer Halloween – whether you're a kid, or just pretending to be one for the night.
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