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What are your kids' plans for Halloween?

 
     

They collect candy and eat it, integrating the carbs into their meal plan

 
 

63%

 

  332

 
     

They collect candy and give it away

 
 

2%

 

  14

 
     

They collect candy and we pay or trade other treats for it

 
 

15%

 

  79

 
     

We're too stressed to collect candy this year

 
 

1%

 

  4

 
     

Our kids are older and don't collect candy

 
 

9%

 

  51

 
     

We don't participate in Halloween for other reasons

 
 

4%

 

  24

 
     

Other or unsure at this time

 
 

4%

 

  21

 


Total votes: 525

What are your kids' plans for Halloween?

Poll dates: October 24 - 31, 2004
Total Votes: 525

With more and more kids using insulin regimens that include the fast acting insulins NovoLog® or Humalog®, it's easier than ever to include candy and other treats in a meal plan. Almost two-thirds of our readers report doing just that -- letting their kids collect candy and eating it by integrating the carbs into their meal plan.

Since having diabetes can make kids feel isolated and alone, being able to participate in holidays and festivities is very important. Insulin pump therapy or multiple daily injections with Lantus® and NovoLog or Humalog, along with frequent blood glucose monitoring, can help our kids enjoy Halloween, as well as other holidays.

The table below compares results of last week's poll with the same poll run in 2003.

Answer Oct 2004 Oct 2003
Collect and integrate candy into meal plan 63% 54%
Collect and give away 2% 4%
Collect and trade or get paid 15% 18%
Too stressed this year 1% 2%
Kids are older and don't collect 9% 8%
Don't do Halloweed 4% 8%
Other / unsure 4% 3%

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