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|10-29-2015, 12:00 PM||#1|
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Count those calories! Halloween candy not as 'waistline-friendly' for adults
Halloween isn't just for the kids anymore.* Parents dress up and go out there and do the leg work too.So they deserve to pick at the candy too, right? But as adults, we tend to worry more about those calories, not so much cavities.
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