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Steroid Use in Athletics

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Corinna Papps

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Steroid Use in Athletics

Steroid Use in athletics Thesis Side Effects Consequences Anabolic Steroid Control Act Amended in January of 2005 adding anabolic steroids and prohormones Controlled Substance Act Anabolic Steroid Laws (NCAA) possible to lose eligibility for one to four years Banned from intercollegiate competition Can't play for one year Different intakes Orally Injections Gels and Creams Although use of steroids gives you advantages in sports, it is illegal, overused, and can harm your body in many ways. Twice Once Men Reduced sperm count
Impotence
Development of breasts
Shrinking of the testicles
Difficulty or pain while urinating
HARMFUL women Facial hair growth
Deepened voice
Breast reduction
Menstrual cycle changes ILLEGAL both Acne
Bloated appearance
Rapid weight gain
Clotting disorders
Liver damage
Premature heart attacks and strokes
Elevated cholesterol levels
Weakened tendons ESPN's Dr. Wadler, a New York University School of Medicine professor and lead author of the book Drugs and the Athlete 'Roid Rage HIV transmition = needles OVERUSE Addiction Abuse Withdrawals Cravings Street Names (DEA website) Arnolds
gym candy
pumpers
roids
stackers
weight trainers
gear
juice (images.google.com) "the federal U.S. drug policy under which the manufacture, importation, possession, use and distribution of certain substances is regulated" (DEA) (campuscompare.com)
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