LEBANON, Ohio –
April 9:Â A judge sentenced a Cincinnati woman for her role in a steroid distribution ring.Jessica Howard was ordered to serve five years in prison after her conviction last month on two counts of drug trafficking and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.Howard was found guilty of assisting in the distribution of large amounts of anabolic steroids between June 2010 and July 2011.Federal, state and local law enforcement arrested Howard and 23 other people in connection with the steroid ring.… Continue Reading…
Dr. Vince Pellegrino
The phone rang and a voice announced himself as “a voice from my past with news of my ex-boyfriend Bennett.” Immediately my mind went to other occurrences in my life when I had heard similar messages about others who were once very close to me. As expected, it was sadly similar: news of the tragic death of another man whom I knew and loved.… Continue Reading…
When parents shed pounds, overweight kids on weight-loss plan slimmed down, too
By Robert Preidt, Thursday, March 22, 2012
THURSDAY, March 22 (HealthDay News) — Losing weight themselves is the best way for parents to help their children shed excess pounds, new research suggests.
The study included 80 parent-child sets with an overweight or obese 8- to 12-year-old.
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To determine if symptoms of sleep disordered breathing (SDB) are associated with depression symptomology in a national sample.
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
9,714 adults (â‰¥ 18 years)
Respondents were asked about frequency of snoring and snorting, gasping, or stopping breathing while asleep and completed the PHQ-9 (a 9-item depression screener).
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The brains of people with anorexia and obesity are wired differently, according to new research. Neuroscientists for the first time have found that how our brains respond to food differs across a spectrum of eating behaviors – from extreme overeating to food deprivation. This study is one of several new approaches to help better understand and ultimately treat eating disorders and obesity.… Continue Reading…
While reading various articles about Alistair Overeem’s use of steroids, I was relieved to come across this commentary from an MMA fan who agrees with us that steroids and other Performance Enhancing Drugs ruin sports.Â And that fans DO CARE about whether the athletes they are watching are real athletes or counterfeit cheaters!… Continue Reading…
A study was just released that once again proves the correlation between the use of anabolic steroids and negative affects on the heart.
Anabolic androgenic steroid use is associated with ventricular dysfunction on cardiac MRI in strength trained athletes
Uncertainty remains about possible cardiac adaptation to resistance training. Androgenic anabolic steroids (AAS) use plays a potential role and may have adverse cardiovascular effects.… Continue Reading…
With the Olympics coming to the UK, the lax steroid laws are not helping Olympic officials slow down the use of performance enhancing drugs by athletes.
Attempts to detect and punish steroid cheats at the Olympic Games in London this summer could be hindered by the United Kingdom’s lax drug laws.… Continue Reading…
Alistair Overeem isn't going to be April's Zuffa Employee of the Month, a bitterly angry UFC president Dana White joked on Wednesday, only an hour after the heavyweight contender failed a random drug screen ordered last month by the Nevada Athletic Commission.
But if any good comes of Overeem's testosterone-to-epitestosterone ratio testing well above normal limits, it would be that it may spur the UFC to take a serious look at bolstering its drug program.… Continue Reading…
Use of steroids to bulk up is at epidemic levels around the world.Â In this part of the UK, they now recognize it as the #1 drug problem!
Adults, WAKE UP and realize what’s going on with our (your) kids.
INJECTING steroids to increase muscle bulk has now overtaken heroin use in Eastbourne, with boys as young as 16 and 17 wanting the perfect body.… Continue Reading…