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Gizem 9/29(土) 00:54:02 Trick or treat?Ah yes, the yearly Halloween fear-mongering. Thank you, media, for intislling fear and terror in the hearts of thousands of parents across the nation for over over 40 years for what turns out to be no discernable reason, for the most part. Read on.Poisonous rumorsAccording to which lists over 15 different sources, there has never been a documented case in the United States or Canada of deliberately poisoned Halloween candy causing illness or death. Ever. At all. It's bogus. The article goes on to point out that there have been cases of rumor, poor reporting, and initially incorrect test reports blown into hysteria by the media, but not one single documented case of a deranged lunatic injecting strychnine into Tootsie Rolls., also extensively researched the subject, and agrees that the stories of candy dangers are just that stories. He writes, A basic logical principle is that one cannot prove a negative. Therefore, I can never prove that no child has been killed by a Halloween sadist. I can simply note that such a death probably would be a major news story, yet I can窶冲 find any evidence of such a story being covered by major media. Nails in the coffinOn the topic of madmen putting needles and other sharp objects in candy bars or apples, hoping innocent little kids will chow down on them and tear their mouths open, indicates that there have been about 10 cases since 1959 that culminated in even minor injury. The most recent example of this was in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the year 2000, after it was learned that he put needles in Snickers bars and handed them out. One 14-year-old was pricked by a needle in a bar he bit into, but he did not require medical attention. So, unlike the poison, this threat is based somewhat in reality, it's less common than being hit by lightning.Common senseIn 2005, Tom Abramo, MD a pediatric emergency physician with a 22 years of experience and the Director of Emergency Medicine for Vanderbilt's Monroe Carell Jr. Children窶冱 Hospital, said, I have never seen a child injured from candy that窶冱 been tampered with, and I have never seen a bag of candy X-rayed that turned up with something dangerous in it. The real danger at Halloween, he says, comes from the accidents caused by costumes: masks that obscure vision, costumes or props that have with sharp or pointed objects, and capes, robes or draping costumes can get tangled up in a child's legs and lead to a fall.So, yes, be careful with the costumes, and of course you still should pay attention to what your kids are getting in their treat bags. By all means, when they come home, feel free to dump them out and take a look. Anything that isn't in the original wrapper should probably be tossed out, just on general food safety principles (we're talking accidental contamination here, not some loony lacing gumballs with cyanide, since it's been shown that just hasn't happened).The moral of the story is to not necessarily buy in to the culture of fear that the mainstream media likes to hype so much it may garner ratings, but it has very little to do with the truth or reality.GD Star Ratingloading...
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