Is that Snickers safe? Can your Kit Kat cut you? The fear of someone tampering with candy on Halloween may be illogical, but one can never be too careful. So, Patient First, located on Route 309 in Montgomeryville near Five Points, is offering free digital x-rays of Halloween candy on Halloween night. Bags of candy can be brought into the medical center between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Thursday. While adults should always inspect candy before children chow down on the sweets, the free imaging offers another precaution for parents. "It will help provide parents peace of mind about the treats their children receive by possibly detecting objects like, glass, metal or plastic," said Dara Rees of Patient First. "Parents still need to provide supervision since some foreign materials may not appear in X-rays. Safety at Halloween doesn't stop at x-ray imaging. Patient First is also giving away free blinkers at its medical centers during October. The light can be attached to a child's costume to increase visibility at night.