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DURHAM, N.C., Dec.
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Findings suggest athletes abuse non-approved therapeutic compounds for performance enhancing effects.
College athletes who use performance-enhancing substances may be at heightened risk of misusing alcohol and using recreational drugs as well.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The St.
Although the increasing use of smart drugs known as â€œnootropicsâ€ will be hard to ban, it could lead to the use of routine doping tests for exam students.
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Former Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Jim Parque has admitted to using human growth hormone during his major league career. Parque, 33, said the use began after a start against Seattle in Game 1 of the 2000 American League Championship Series when he suffered a shoulder injury and spent the offseason in pain. Pain was the reason for a slow beginning in the 2001 season, he wrote in the Chicago Sun-Times. A wife, a new baby, and a demotion to the minors by General Manager Kenny Williams in...
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