Probably not. In fact, there is evidence to suggest that regular exercise, including Weightlifting, may actually encourage growth (depending on many other factors, such as whether you're before, during, or after puberty).
No it does not. That is a myth. Correctly performed weight training will not stunt your growth. However, that does not mean that it is advisable before the age of about 16. In addition, young people should be supervised to minimize the risk of injury.
No lifting weights will not affect your height growth
no lifting will not stunt your growth
because lifting can cause growth to stop in your bone structure
People do not stop growing by lifting weights. It was believed that weight lifting damaged the growth plates and stunted growth. It CAN happen, but only with very heavy weights, such as sets of 3-5 reps. They say no one should do HEAVY weights until they are 18, or fully grown.
No it promotes growth, unless your young an your body is not fully developed then you could cause damage.
no, in fact just the opposite. i am a bodybuilder who is 6 and a half feet tall.
There is no scientific evidence that lifting weights can reduce your growth rate.
no it does not