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Click or Treat! Halloween

Ghoulish costumes. Scary movies. Haunted hayrides. And -- oh horrors -- candy! It's time to make your Halloween diabetes-friendly and fun for the family. But whether you're out ringing doorbells for the first time since diagnosis or you're planning some grown-up treats for your friends, you'll need to be ready for whatever tricks are thrown your way.

Take the terror out of trick-or-treating and make the most of your Halloween celebrations. Take the Trick-Or-Treat Quiz!

Reviewed by Francine Kaufman, MD 04/08.

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