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One Halloween Safety Tip Every Parent Needs to Know

by Rachael Ray Show Staff 3:00 AM, October 23, 2017

Aired October 23, 2017

How’s this for a sobering thought? On Halloween 2016, 6,300 people died and more than 145,000 were injured -- and nearly half were kids (ages 5 to 9).

The culprit? Cars.

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“I’ve got three young kids myself,” says former CIA agent Jason Hanson. “We know that kids dart everywhere, they don’t listen to anything you say.”

So what’s Jason’s recommendation for keeping kids safe while trick-or-treating? Make them stand out with something that’s reflective, glows in the dark or lights up.

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Or, better yet, something that does all of the above -- like Jason's pick, the Glow Hero Glow Band.
 


Demo-ing the slap-on, glow-in-the-dark bracelet, Hanson says, “Slap it on, light it up. You can even put it on strobe mode.”

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"These are awesome!” says Rach.

We couldn’t agree more!