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Mayo Clinic Minute: Doctor reminds parents to carve with care

More than half of Halloween injuries involve pumpkin carving, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Each year, thousands of people end up in emergency departments with cuts, lacerations, and puncture wounds suffered during pumpkin carving activities. "Sometimes, we’re very excited, and we don’t think about this as being dangerous," says Mayo Clinic internist Dr.
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