GREENSBORO, N.C. — As you make plans for the holidays, you can imagine some activities are riskier than others.
The Texas Medical Association ranked holiday activities on a scale of 1 to 10. One is low risk, 10 is high.
On the lower end of the spectrum - writing letters to Santa and driving through Christmas lights at Tanglewood.
Thanksgiving dinner with the family is considered low to moderate risk. Outdoor ice skating is in the moderate category, followed by air travel.
Moderate to high risk activities include taking pictures with Santa, Black Friday shopping in-person and hosting a party.
Health experts say the highest risk activity - celebrating new year's eve at a bar.