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Monday 25, Apr 2011

  New Jersey Evaluate More Muscular Effort To Combat Steroids

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New Jersey Evaluate More Muscular Effort To Combat Steroids Legislators in New Jersey are trying to strengthen efforts in a sincere attempt to prevent steroid abuse, and introducing what could be the first U.S. law that would require police and firefighters, to be examined by a doctor before being prescribed anabolic steroids or human growth hormone.

Assemblyman John McKeon, who authored the bill, said, state taxpayers have been “wrongly paying for millions of dollars in insurance costs for prescriptions that were, in many cases, issued illegally.”

The state legislature is also to consider a bill, which strengthens measures to prevent steroid use and performance enhancing supplements used to improve performance by middle school and high school students.

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.

Tuesday 22, Mar 2011

  New Jersey evaluating muscle addition to anti-steroid efforts

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New Jersey evaluating muscle addition to anti-steroid effortsLawmakers from New Jersey are seeking to beef up efforts in a sincere attempt to prevent steroid abuse and about to introduce what may be the first law in the United States that will require police and firefighters to be examined by a doctor before they can be prescribed anabolic steroids or human growth hormone.

Assemblyman John McKeon, who authored the bill, said, state taxpayers have been “wrongly paying for millions of dollars in insurance costs for prescriptions that were, in many cases, issued illegally.”

The State Legislature is also evaluating a bill that will establish measures to deter steroid use and performance enhancing supplements among middle school and high school students.

Wednesday 18, Feb 2009

  ILLINOIS STUDENT ATHLETES CLEAN

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illinois-student-athletes-cleanIllinois is one of the states that have been actively participating in various campaigns to teach the youth of the dangers of using performance enhancing drugs. The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) was the first to ever introduce a steroid drug testing program from its student athletes without the need for a state legislative mandate. The actual program took about three years in the making and was implemented during the start of academic year 2008 to 2009. During the start, the program specifics were a little vague. Major policies, however, included random testing in any year level and done during postseason periods. The anti-steroid program is determined in teaching the youth how to make the right decisions and how to participate in clean sports. IHSA has recently just released the results of fall postseason steroid drug tests and it showed promising results.

Of course, 6 among the 264 students did yield positive results and were not punished. According to school officials, the urine tests of these six showed positive for anabolic steroids. The students, however, all had medical reasons to be taking these steroids and were therefore excused. Long-term effects of the program are yet to be determined.