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Thursday 28, Apr 2011

  De Villiers is no cheat

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De Villiers is no cheatTommy Conlon Pieter de Villiers accidentally ended up with a cocktail of cocaine and ecstasy coursing through his bloodstream after he and his Stade Francais team mates went out for a feed of drink after beating Harlequins.

The South African-born French rugby player is now facing a ban of two years after a random test on December 18 picked up traces of the drugs.

If his statement is any thing to believe, Pieter de Villiers probably had received an unfair deal.

Tuesday 21, Dec 2010

  Nine-month ban for Adrian Mutu

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Nine-month ban for Adrian MutuThe Fiorentina and former Chelsea striker, Adrian Mutu, has been handed over a ban of nine months after he failed an anti-doping test in January.

The Romania international’s club confirmed the ruling after the case was heard by the Italian anti-doping tribunal.

Mutu’s ban will run until October as he has already spent two months on the sidelines.

Friday 17, Dec 2010

  Six-time champion jockey says drug abuse exists in horse racing

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Six-time champion jockey says drug abuse exists in horse racingKieren Fallon, the six-time champion jockey, reopened old wounds by saying that there is a drug abuse problem within horse racing and, more particularly, within the extensive racing community in Newmarket.

Fallon who returned in September from an 18-month ban for a second failed drug test recently appeared on the BBC’s Inside Sport programme.

The town’s racing chaplain, the Rev Graham Locking, said there is a drugs problem in Newmarket but that’s because we are no different to any other town.

Monday 13, Dec 2010

  Gasquet escapes ban over positive cocaine test

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Gasquet escapes ban over positive cocaine testRichard Gasquet who was about to face a two-year ban from ITF and WADA has escaped ban and will now be free to play in next month’s Australian Open. This was after International Tennis Federation and World Anti-Doping Agency failed in their appeal against a decision to overturn a ban Gasquet had received for testing positive for cocaine.

The ruling means that Gasquet will continue with his preparations for the opening grand slam of the 2010 season.

Friday 11, Jun 2010

  Poker players use drugs for enhancing performance

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Poker players use drugs for enhancing performanceEighty percent of poker players around the world reported using drugs and other products to enhance their performance in poker, as per a study by the Nova Southeastern University that was recently presented at a national conference.

Kevin Clauson, Pharm.D., an associate professor at NSU’s College of Pharmacy, who was the principle investigator in the study, said these drugs help poker players to stay awake longer and concentrate better to stay close to a competitive advantage.

The NSU researchers initially interviewed players in Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker and then surveyed online players from across the globe.

Tuesday 26, Jan 2010

  Children open for herbal product experimentation may try illicit drugs

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Children open for herbal product experimentation may try illicit drugsAccording to a recent study, adolescents who have tried herbal products are six times more likely to try illicit drugs such as cocaine and as much as fifteen times more likely to use anabolic steroids when compared to children who have never tried herbal products.

Susan Yussman, M.D., M.P.H., assistant professor of pediatrics in the Division of Adolescent Medicine at the university’s Golisano Children’s Hospital at Strong and study author, remarked that children expressing a desire to experiment with herbal products are more likely to try illicit drugs.

The cross-sectional study may prompt the need for further studies to determine which all herbal products can be associated with use of which certain drugs.

Tuesday 19, Jan 2010

  South Africans expressing desire to use steroids

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South Africans expressing desire to use steroidsWith anabolic steroids reaching every part of the world, the land of Zulu was no exception. As per recent reports, South Africans are showing a desire to use anabolic steroids with more and more cases of steroid use being reported on a daily basis.

The amazing benefits of steroids such as improvements in the levels of stamina, body strength, and on-field performances have “encouraged” people of South Africa to use them without any second thoughts.

The growing success and popularity of steroids in South Africa clearly suggest that there cannot be any control on the distribution of steroids, a fact also highlighted by the increasing number of steroid orders coming from the beautiful country.

Monday 11, Jan 2010

  South Africa getting the feel of steroids

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South Africa getting the feel of steroidsWith the popularity and success stories of steroids reaching every home of the world, South Africa was not an exception. The beautiful country is slowly and steadily displaying signs of being grappled with anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs as can be evident from an increasing number of steroid users.

Since every one is reaping the benefits of steroids, South Africans were not left behind and are found making use of prescription drugs in big numbers more than ever.

It can be easily concluded that success of steroids has clearly overshadowed the associated potential risks, a fact highlighted by growing number of steroid users in this African country.

Wednesday 09, Dec 2009

  Drug users are very much aware of their stuff

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Drug users are very much aware of their stuffAccording to recent findings published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, drug users are very much informed about side effects and health complications associated with the drugs they use. It was remarked that these users perceive alcohol and tobacco to be two of the most dangerous substances, a fact that was highlighted by a survey by UCL (University College London) and Imperial College London researchers.

The twenty substances surveyed in the 2009 study were alcohol, alkyl nitrates, amphetamines, anabolic steroids, cocaine, crack, ecstasy, GHB, heroin, LSD, ketamine, khat, 4-MTA, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, buprenorphine, cannabis, methylphenidate, solvents, street methadone and tobacco.


Thursday 19, Nov 2009

  High school drug testing tests for recreational drugs and steroids

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High school drug testing tests for recreational drugs and steroidsSince the advent of steroids in baseball and the rampant steroids use even among high school and student athletes, steroid testing is now mandatory in nearly every level of competition.

University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) athletes are also subject to testing by the university and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

According to Roy Rudewick, UTA’s athletic trainer, their policy involves up to three offenses only. Steroids may be a problem in baseball but recreational drugs such as marijuana, cocaine and the likes are more rampant.

A 2008 study conducted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse showed that about 1.5 percent of high school seniors have used steroids but more than 30 percent of the respondents have used marijuana.

Out of the 16,000 respondents, 192 admitted to steroids use and 4,800 admitted to marijuana use.

Rudewick said athletes are selected once a month for random steroid testing. That means an individual will get to be tested six times in one school year. Although their drug testing focuses more on recreational drugs, performance-enhancing drugs are also included.

NCAA on the other hand, tests for more drugs and substances that are not included in UTA’s drug testing.


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