Your tattoos and piercings may disqualify you from enlisting in the Marines. The Marine Corps has a very strict appearance policy that is consistently enforced. When enlisting, you are required to disclose the location and nature of any tattoos on your body and remove earrings from piercings. Once in the Marines, any body modifications that can be seen with your uniform on must be approved by your commanding officer prior to having the tattoo or piercing done. Not adhering to the rules concerning body art can lead to being reprimanded.
I am considering trying this for my 13 ear old son. We reluctantly tried medication and while it did help him with school work he had so many negative side effects we had to take him off. the fact that he hated the way it made him feel and that he is a cardiac patient also made it very difficult to give him the traditional medication too. My issue id that being a Cardiac patient I always check with his Cardiologist before trying anything and I am quite sure there have been no studies for his particular subgroup. How can I know that it is safe for him?