FOX & Friends Medical Contributor, Doctor George Salem tells Todd about safe ways to be on Halloween

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Experts tell Fox News Radio’s Todd Starnes about what’s safe this Halloween and Memorial Day

Some changes this year, however, health experts say the safest options for a gathering or event this holiday season are still to do outdoors.

Trick or treaters and their parents should remember a key rule, contact police for help if any type of harm befalls them, and part of that danger comes with the misuse of alcohol.

Doctor, Fox & Friends Medical contributor George Salem says throwing caution to the wind this week and getting lit up by the lights may turn out to be a good thing, if it’s a romp in the dark:

With Halloween less than one week away, health experts say there are some changes to make this year, however, health experts say the safest options for a gathering or event this holiday season are still to do outdoors.

In case of an emergency, authorities tell parents to have local hospitals nearby for emergency care:

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