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Monday 20, Jun 2011

  East Perth denies drug culture

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East Perth denies drug culture Alex Wilson, the chief executive of East Perth, has said that the WAFL club is not reconsidering using Ben Cousins as a mentor even after a second player in two years allegedly tested positive to drugs.

An unnamed senior player at East Perth has allegedly returned an A sample containing traces of cocaine and a banned steroid.

Wilson said there was no need to let Cousins go as he was doing an impressive job helping the Royals’ youngsters despite Cousins’ past and East Perth being at the centre of the drug accusation.

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.

Saturday 05, Mar 2011

  Office of Police Integrity probe leads to detective suspension

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Office of Police Integrity probe leads to detective suspensionPolice corruption busters have nabbed a detective from the homicide squad for allegedly leaking secrets to organized crime gangs in return for drugs.

Detective senior constable has been suspended with pay and no charges have been laid at this stage, according to a spokesman of the Victoria Police.

The detective senior constable was suspended after a probe of eight months into his activities by the Office of Police Integrity.

Friday 04, Mar 2011

  Call to bring an end to lifetime doping bans

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Call to bring an end to lifetime doping bansAndy Parkinson, chief executive of UK Anti-Doping (UKAD), recently said that lifetime Olympic bans are harming attempts to identify suppliers and root out drugs from sport.

Athletes are entitled to reduced bans if they provide evidence against those providing drugs, as per the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) guidelines.

The chief executive of UK Anti-Doping (UKAD), in a column for the insidethegames website, wrote: “We have seen in the US and here in the UK how going beyond the anti-doping rules established by WADA creates confusion and impedes our role.

Thursday 06, Jan 2011

  Homicide squad detective suspended in Office of Police Integrity probe

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Homicide squad detective suspended in Office of Police Integrity probeA homicide squad detective has been nabbed by police corruption busters for allegedly leaking secrets to organized crime gangs in return for drugs.

Arrest of the detective senior constable followed an eight-month probe into his activities by the Office of Police Integrity; the detective senior constable was suspended this week.

A Victoria Police spokesman said the detective senior constable has been suspended with pay and no charges have been laid at this stage.

Tuesday 21, Dec 2010

  Increased risk of drug abuse among homosexuals

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Increased risk of drug abuse among homosexualsGay men and lesbians have a tendency to put their health at risk by misusing drugs more than heterosexuals, according to a report by the Home Office.

The report by the UK Drug Policy claimed that drug services and programs are of little to no relevance to many in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-sexual (LGBT) groups.

It was suggested that there is an urgent need to rethink how addiction agencies and doctors support minority groups and social networking sites can be used to alter drug-use behavior among the groups.

Tuesday 14, Sep 2010

  WWE is all about steroids, says Cornette

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WWE is all about steroids, says CornetteJim Cornette, veteran commentator, promoter and booker for TNA, aired his sentiments over the condition of wrestling by saying that wrestlers are forced into drugs. This remark has come as a serious blow to reports in the past that Vince McMahon did not support the use of steroids.

Cornette also remarked that Vince McMahon is promoting larger-than-life stars in WWE and the wrestlers are supporting his ideology by using steroids to keep a high-profile job in the wrestling business.

Cornette further remarked that there seems to be no coming back for the good for wrestlers particularly when they have shorter life-spans in the business and in life.

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.

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.


Wednesday 09, Dec 2009

  Athletes using Performance enhancing drugs more likely to abuse alcohol

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Athletes using Performance enhancing drugs more likely to abuse alcoholAccording to a new research in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, college athletes using performance enhancing drugs run a greater risk of abusing alcohol and other recreational drugs than those not making a use of them. It was also highlighted that these troubled athletes also run a higher risk of failing tests, getting into fights, and missing classes.

It was remarked by study co-author Dr. Robert J. Pandina, director of the Center of Alcohol Studies at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey, that these athletes are not only abusing recreational drugs and alcohol but are also suffering from health complications.

Pandina was of the view that athletes make use of performance enhancing drugs after seeing the “utilitarian value” of using recreational drugs but may end up falling stressed.

 

 

 


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