Halloween can be a frightening time for those with allergies. And it's not just peanuts in candy that put trick-or-treaters in danger.
Allergy--and asthma triggers--may be lurking among your Halloween goodies and decorations, warns the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
"When people think of Halloween-associated allergies, they focus on candy and often overlook many other potential triggers," said Myron Zitt, M.D., former ACAAI president in a released statement. "By planning ahead, you can ensure not only safe treats, but also safe costumes, makeup, accessories and decorations."
To keep your gasps of horror from turning into gasps for breath or spine-tingling scares into skin-itching nightmares, look out for these other six potential culprits, says the ACAAI: Read more