Legal Age to Order/Pick Up Pharmacy Drugs

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    luckymom30
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    Is there a age limit on how young a child can be to orderand pick up prescription drugs in Seattle? Just wondering because of what I saw at a local Bartell Drugs today.

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    luckymom30
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    Isn’t 10 to 12 years old too young?

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    JanS
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    perhaps you should ask the pharmacy…

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    mtnfreak
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    Why is 10-12 years old too young to run an errand? When I was 7 I was allowed to walk/ride my bike to school and the library unattended.

    I recently had a conversation with a couple of fathers about our childhoods vs today – when we were kicked out of the house on a Saturday after breakfast and not seen again until dinner-time. I know the Mom’s in the neighborhood kept tabs on us and called each other, but today’s constant supervision was non-existent.

    And I was trusted with a $10 bill (it would be a $20 today) to run to the grocery store to grab a few things for dinner.

    What has changed?

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