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Steroid Abuse- Youth Is The Biggest Target

Steroid Abuse- Youth Is The Greatest Target

Steroids, otherwise called anabolic steroids, have progressively turned into a medication of abuse among teenage guys. Steroid abuse is the matter of concern. Anabolic steroids are manufactured forms of hormones like testosterone, normally created by the body.

Due to impacts, for example, the mutilated perfect self-perception and peer pressure which the media propagates, teenage guys, particularly the athletes are prone to the allurement of utilizing anabolic steroids for their muscle and building the impacts of muscles strength.… Continue Reading...

Hooton Foundation honors Sale, Pedroia

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia and left-hander Chris Sale were presented with canvas prints of their 2018 “It’s All Me” public service ad for the Taylor Hooton Foundation prior to Wednesday’s game against the Twins at JetBlue Park.

Taylor Hooton Foundation President Donald Hooton Jr. and Red Sox conditioning coach Kiyoshi Momose made the presentation.… Continue Reading...

Eight top athletes share their nutrition tricks for a high-performing new year

January is nothing if not full of diet advice. But when it comes to the life of an athlete, simply watching calories or losing weight doesn’t cut it. So we asked eight world class competitors to share the best advice they ever got about eating not just to stay in shape, but to perform at the top of their sport.… Continue Reading...

FDA issues consumer warning on sports products that contain SARMs

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The Food and Drug Administration has issued a consumer warning against supplement-like body building products that contain SARMs, or selective androgen receptor modulators.


Anti-steroid advocate Don Hooton talks about impact Dr. Gary Wadler had on protecting kids

Dr. Gary Wadler, seen here testifying during a hearing on Capitol Hill to examine the use of steroids in baseball in 2005, died Tuesday. He was 78.

Dr. Gary Wadler, seen here testifying during a hearing on Capitol Hill to examine the use of steroids in baseball in 2005, died Tuesday. He was 78.

In the immediate aftermath of his son’s suicide in July 2003, when Don Hooton struggled to understand the hows and the whys connected to Taylor Hooton’s death, all the while navigating through unimaginable grief, Don Hooton says a comment a member of the Plano, Texas law enforcement had made to Don Hooton resonated loudly.… Continue Reading...

Dr. Gary I Wadler, doping expert, dead at 78

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Dr. Gary I. Wadler

Gary Wadler, the Long Island physician and early authority on performance-enhancing drugs in sports whose extensive resume of titles, appointments, memberships and honors included the International Olympic Committee’s President’s Prize, died Tuesday morning. He was 78.

Nancy Wadler said her husband had been suffering from Multiple System Atrophy, a rare neurodegenerative disorder, for more than five years and most recently had been in hospice care at their Port Washington apartment.… Continue Reading...

Obituary: THF Chairman Emeritus Dr. Gary Wadler passes away

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It is with great sadness that we share the news that our foundation friend, Dr. Gary I Wadler, has passed away.  Gary had been quite ill for a number of months.

Dr. Wadler was quite instrumental in the founding of the Taylor Hooton Foundation.  According to THF Founder and current Executive Chairman Don Hooton, “Following Taylor’s death, I reached out in search of the world’s medical experts on the subject of anabolic steroids.… Continue Reading...

Youth and Steroids: Social Media is a huge influence on how young people should look

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Is there such thing as a ‘perfect body’? From referencing Barbie Dolls for the females; to looking like Batman or Wolverine for the males, the epidemic of mankind obsessing over body image, arguing over what is most ideal in this lifetime, has taken an unrealistic shift in today’s society – and Malaysians are not spared from it.… Continue Reading...

Steroids: It’s illegal to use anabolic steroids, but I see some steroid-like ingredients, and some are advertised as “legal steroids.” How do I know if they’re safe to take?

The chemical formulas for steroids and steroid-like substances are complex and often very difficult to distinguish without in-depth laboratory analysis. Anabolic steroids—compounds “designed” to behave like testosterone—and supplemental testosterone products are classified as “controlled substances” and are regulated by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

If a specific steroid is on the U.S.… Continue Reading...

Nationally Renowned Veteran Sports Dietitian Joins Taylor Hooton Foundation Board of Directors

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For Immediate Release

Nationally Renowned Veteran Sports Dietitian Brings Invaluable Experiences to Assist in the Taylor Hooton Foundation’s Work

McKinney, Texas (August 18, 2017) – The Taylor Hooton Foundation announced today that Dave Ellis, RD, CSCS a recognized expert and veteran in the world of High Performance Fueling has joined its Board of Directors.… Continue Reading...