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Internet supplements - one click toward poor performance

Internet supplements - one click toward poor performance

Sports Medicine Australia, the peak organisation for professionals in sports medicine and sports science, has urged those considering purchasing performance enhancing products via the internet to think again. [More]
Anabolic steroids do not appear to contribute to CTE

Anabolic steroids do not appear to contribute to CTE

Anabolic steroids don't appear to contribute to degenerative brain disease caused by repeated head trauma in athletes, according to a study in the January issue of Neurosurgery, official journal of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. [More]

Animals burn protein during long, cold hibernation

When Arctic ground squirrels are getting ready to hibernate they don't just get fat - they pack on muscle at a rate that would make a bodybuilder jealous. And they do it without suffering the harmful effects that high levels of testosterone and other anabolic steroids usually cause. University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) researchers have started to untangle how the squirrels manage it, and their results could someday have implications for human health. [More]
Lilly's Axiron testosterone replacement therapy now available in US pharmacies

Lilly's Axiron testosterone replacement therapy now available in US pharmacies

Eli Lilly and Company announced today that Axiron® (testosterone) topical solution is available in pharmacies throughout the United States. Axiron is a prescription medicine used to treat adult males that have low or no testosterone. Safety and efficacy of Axiron in males younger than 18 years of age have not been established. [More]
Study finds early surgical treatment may benefit people who suffer from biceps injuries

Study finds early surgical treatment may benefit people who suffer from biceps injuries

People who suffer from injuries to the distal biceps tendon may benefit from earlier surgical intervention and new surgical techniques, according to a review article published in the March 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (JAAOS). [More]

NPA responds to DEA's steroid classification action

"The Natural Products Association and its members are very excited to see the DEA use the additional power the NPA and many others worked so hard to give to it through the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004. [More]
Anabolic steroids may cause severe kidney dysfunction

Anabolic steroids may cause severe kidney dysfunction

Athletes who use anabolic steroids may gain muscle mass and strength, but they can also destroy their kidney function, according to a paper being presented at the American Society of Nephrology's 42nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Exposition in San Diego, CA. [More]

Anabolic steroid cycles available from Online Legal Steroids

Online Legal Steroids, a leading online supplier of muscle enhancers, bodybuilding supplements and legal steroids products, now offers legal steroid cycles for any and every customer, regardless of what their goals entail. [More]
Appetite-stimulating hormone may protect muscle from atrophy

Appetite-stimulating hormone may protect muscle from atrophy

Researchers have found a potential new treatment for the common problem of muscle atrophy. Results of the animal study were presented at The Endocrine Society's 91st Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. [More]
Staying active may lower health risks for large, retired athletes

Staying active may lower health risks for large, retired athletes

The larger body size of professional football players doesn't increase risk of cardiovascular disease or atherosclerosis after they retire, according to research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2008. [More]
Corticosteroids help recovery from pneumonia

Corticosteroids help recovery from pneumonia

Adding corticosteroids to traditional antimicrobial therapy might help people with pneumonia recover more quickly than with antibiotics alone, UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists have found. [More]
Steroids aid recovery from pneumonia, UT Southwestern researchers say

Steroids aid recovery from pneumonia, UT Southwestern researchers say

Adding corticosteroids to traditional antimicrobial therapy might help people with pneumonia recover more quickly than with antibiotics alone, UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists have found. [More]
How hormone levels affect financial traders

How hormone levels affect financial traders

When City traders have high morning testosterone levels they make more than average profits for the rest of that day, researchers at the University of Cambridge have discovered. [More]
Human growth hormone abuse raises serious health risks

Human growth hormone abuse raises serious health risks

Human growth hormone (HGH), when medically necessary, is a safe and effective clinical treatment for children and adults. [More]

Hope on the horizon for hereditary angioedema sufferers

Although there is currently no treatment approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) for acute attacks of hereditary angioedema (HAE) - a genetic disease causing swelling of extremities, face and internal organs that can be life-threatening - hope is on the horizon according to a team of experts presenting the latest research at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) in Dallas. [More]
Managing asthma

Managing asthma

The great majority of the nearly 23 million people with asthma, including 6.5 million children, can avoid serious symptoms and disability if they follow the latest guidelines to keep their disease under control. [More]

Growth hormone does not improve physical performance

Anyone who injects growth hormone with the intention of gaining muscle mass and improving performance should think again. [More]
Steroid use among teen girls

Steroid use among teen girls

Steroid use among teen girls is not limited to those involved in competitive athletics and is associated with a cluster of other health-harming behaviors, including smoking and taking diet pills, according to results of a national survey published in the June issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. [More]
Maternal beef consumption associated with lower sperm concentration

Maternal beef consumption associated with lower sperm concentration

New research has shown that women who ate a lot of beef while pregnant had sons who were more likely to suffer from poor sperm quality as adults, and it suggests that the growth promoters used in cattle may play a role in these men's reduced fertility. [More]
Mother's high beef consumption while pregnant associated with lower sperm counts in her son

Mother's high beef consumption while pregnant associated with lower sperm counts in her son

Researchers sought to examine the relationship between semen quality and long-term risks from growth hormones and other chemicals in beef. [More]