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Saturday 23, Apr 2011

Canby cop purchased steroids on the job

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The FBI has disclosed that Canby Officer Jason Deason bought anabolic steroids on the job.

The accused officer purchased the steroids from Brian Jackson, strength and conditioning coach for the much-heralded Oregon City High School girls’ basketball team.

Dr. Linn Goldberg, head of OHSU’s Division of Health Promotion and Sports Medicine said, “You could see why a police officer might want to use them,” He added, “Sometimes they have to fight hand-to-hand. They have to restrain people. … You could see where there’s an inducement.”

Friday 22, Apr 2011

Tour de France champ not contacted by federal agents

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Tour de France champ not contacted by federal agentsThe seven-time Tour de France champ, Lance Armstrong, has not been contacted by federal agents investigating allegations of doping.

Floyd Landis who was stripped of the 2006 Tour title after testing positive for testosterone, admitted to using performance enhancing drugs, but also addressed the accusations against his former teammates, including Armstrong.

Daly questioned the credibility of the case based on “rumour and innuendo.”

Friday 22, Apr 2011

Abuse Of Growth Hormone May Be A Threat To Public Health

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Abuse Of Growth Hormone May Be A Threat To Public Health The researchers found that illicit use of human growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor that is common among male weightlifters. In addition, such use among male weightlifters is often associated with polydrug use in terms of performance-enhancing drugs to both strengthen and classic.

The researchers compared three groups of men to augment the conflicting data on human growth hormone abuse.

Those reporting lifetime use of GH or IGF-I were placed in the first group, those who reported using anabolic androgenic steroids but not GH or IGF-I were placed in the second group, and who reported no use were placed in the third group.

Friday 22, Apr 2011

Caffeine Can Enhance Athletic Performance

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Caffeine Can Enhance Athletic Performance According to scientists at the University of Birmingham, athletes can benefit from intake of caffeine while providing a performance as it stimulates the absorption of carbohydrates by the human body. The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Birmingham’s school of sport and exercise sciences.

It was found during the investigation that the caffeine in sports drinks could increase the absorption of carbohydrates by as much as 26 percent, leading to a sharp advantage for athletes while participating in professional events.

Dr. Asker Jeukendrup, the director of the University’s Human Performance Laboratory, said that if an individual can obtain energy from his or her drinks then he or she is using less energy from the body stores.

Thursday 21, Apr 2011

Steroid Abuse Is Growing In Popularity Like Never Before

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Steroid Abuse Is Growing In Popularity Like Never Before If recent reports are to be believed, steroid abuse is increasing again. Some years ago, anabolic steroids fell from grace because of their adverse effects and ‘Roid-heads’ went on to become objects of ridicule.

However, a new generation looking for a quick success has been seduced by the false promise of a link to a perfect body.

Publicity campaigns designed to combat obesity, poor diet, and widespread obesity are believed to have stimulated the growth and success of anabolic steroids in recent times.

Thursday 21, Apr 2011

Overdosed soldier could face jail

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Overdosed soldier could face jailThe fate of a soldier who allegedly overdosed on drugs while stationed in Afghanistan now lies in the hands of the military prosecutor. The prosecutor is considering whether to lay charges against him.

Possession of a prohibited drug while serving outside Australia is punishable by up to two years in prison, according to the Defence disciplinary code.

McDade has been on restricted duties in Australia during the investigation.

Wednesday 20, Apr 2011

Drug testing procedures defended by Sports Council

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Drug testing procedures defended by Sports CouncilThe Irish Sports Council (ISC) has stoutly defended its drug testing procedures that have come under heavy criticism after a Kerry footballer was detained until after midnight this week in order to produce a sample.

Dr Una May, director of the ISC’s anti-doping unit, said, “Managers can opt to have their players tested before training starts, we have put that in writing in our agreement with the GAA last spring.”

May said, “Testing traditionally takes place at the end of training sessions in order to avoid disrupting athletes, but there is no reason why such tests can’t take place before they start training, or during it. Managers can decide the timing of it.”

Wednesday 20, Apr 2011

Manuel Beltran taken out of Tour de France

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Manuel Beltran taken out of Tour de FranceThe charge of using EPO, the performance-enhancing drug, proved to be a big career mistake for Manuel Beltran who was withdrawn from Tour de France by the Liquigas team.

The announcement was made after A sample of the cyclist taken from the first stage of the Tour tested positive.

The positive test was first reported by French daily L’Equipe on its official website.

Wednesday 20, Apr 2011

Dangers of anabolic steroids to be discussed

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Dangers of anabolic steroids to be discussedThe Olean High School will host “Hoot’s Chalk Talk” on March 24, 2011 in the school’s auditorium to educate students and surrounding community members about the dangers of anabolic steroids.

A morning session for Olean High School and Hinsdale Central School students will be held from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m.

An afternoon session for Olean Middle School and Portville Central School students and surrounding area parents and community members will be held from 1 to 2 p.m.

Wednesday 20, Apr 2011

David Segui experimented with anabolic steroids

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David Segui experimented with anabolic steroidsRetired first baseman David Segui has revealed that he experimented with anabolic steroids.

Segui said he bought shipments from his friend, former New York Mets clubhouse attendant and admitted drug distributor Kirk Radomski.

The retired baseman also said he used human growth hormone with a legal prescription from a Florida doctor.

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