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ATLANTA, Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- You may already be working on making a pint-sized magic wand, perfecting Frankenstein's makeup and scoping out the safest neighborhood trick-or-treating route. With all the plans to be made for Halloween, parents shouldn't forget that the scariest part of October might be the effect on teeth of all those sweets kids will consume. Fortunately, Halloween shares October with National Orthodontic Health Month and National Dental Hygiene Month. While there is...
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