This a question to ask of your doctor or pharmacist.
no, its for adults as it says on the bottle 'ONYL TO BE USED BY PEOPLE OVER THE AGE OF 17'
Absolutely not. No, a 13-year-old should not take diet pills.
It mostly works for everyone. Don't get a free trial online though, there scams and definatly not free. Go to the Vitamin Shoppe or GNC.
well 12 year olds can ride a bike, 13 year olds can go see pg-13 movies, 14 year olds can go to high school, 15 year olds can get their learner's permit and 16 year olds can get their driver's licenses!!! go 16 year olds!!
Rental car companies do not rent cars to 16 year olds, so they would not allow them to take their cars on a road test.
Yes, but take the minimum dosage.
You shouldn't take a supplement to lose weight at that age. You should focus on eating healthy and exercising to drop pounds.
The DSS policy on 5 year olds and 2 year olds involves regulation of day care centers.
Be Active! No pills or unhealthy dieting can ever replace the necessity of exercise. I know this from personal experience.