Dr. Michael Bauer: ‘This year’s Halloween is going to be different but there is no reason that it still can’t be fun for the kids’

Anna Davlantes

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 31: Children go trick-or-treat at a restaurant on Halloween, October 31, 2019 in New York City. Halloween, which is named from “All Hallows’ Eve”, falls a day before All Saints’ Day on November 1. (Photo by Jeenah Moon/Getty Images)

Dr. Michael Bauer, medical director at Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital, joins Anna to talk about how we can safely celebrate Halloween amid COVID-19, the benefits of Vitamin D and why it’s important to improve our Vitamin D intake and the latest news on possible treatments for COVID-19.

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