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Thomas O’Connor, MD Board Certified Internal Medicine Clinical Instructor of Medicine University of Connecticut School of Medicine   October 25, 2016 Dear Editor: “Today, the US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved class-wide labeling changes for all prescription testosterone products, adding a new Warning, and updating the Abuse and Dependence... Read more
DEA Delays Banning the Herbal Supplement Kratom as Schedule 1 Drug
Krantom, a herbal supplement, painkiller and plant indigenous to Southeast Asia and which is considered by many to be a highly effective drug for its effectiveness in treating addiction to opioids and prescription painkillers, has been halted to be added as a Schedule 1 drug by the Drug Enforcement... Read more
Nike,TAG Heuer, Porche Drop Maria Sharipova After Positive Drug Test
Having earned over $29 million last year some $23 million just from endorsements and appearances, according to Forbes Magazine, Maria Sharipova lost her main sponsors and now her future lies uncertain. In a statement released by Nike, they stated, “We are saddened and surprised by the news about Maria... Read more
Maria Sharipova fails drugs test at 2016 Australian Open
Steroidology.com Statement: Although we don’t advocate the use of performance Enhancement Drugs in sports, its clear that this is an overreach for the self proclaimed police of sports Wada’s (World Anti-Doping Agency) Steroidology.com stands behind Maria Sharipova and fully supports her. The Russian born, highest-earning female athlete in the... Read more
Congress Passes Designer Steroid Law

On the 11th of December of this year the long-awaited Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act (DASCA) of 2014 was passed by Congress which was sponsored by Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) Senator Orin Hatch (R-UT) …

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NFL Players Delay HGH Testing … Again

Citing resistance to a “piecemeal” approach proposed by the NFL, the 32 player representatives of the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) have delayed a vote that would implement regular testing for Human Growth Hormone…

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Steroid-Peddling Pimp Sheriff Highlights Cops on ‘Roids

A recent internal investigation by the King County Sheriff’s Office in the state of Washington found that one of its own deputies was dealing steroids and also pimping his wife to other officers.

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Steroid Use On Rise Among British Soldiers

The military is filled with jobs that require above average physical strength. That is why a recent BBC report on rising steroid use in the British military services is not surprising…

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Rising Steroid Use in UK Prompts Action

According to a report by the BBC released today, the United Kingdom’s National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) has issued a warning to its drug workers to be more aware of a growing trend of increased anabolic steroid use …

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Roid Rage Singer Pleads Guilty in Murder Plot

However, as the case moved on in the courts and in the press, lawyers for Lambesis said he had begun abusing steroids which he blamed for his behavior.

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NSW Toughens Steroid Laws to Combat Violence

The parliament of New South Wales in Australia is cracking down on drug and alcohol fueled violence with a wave of new laws and mandatory minimum sentences – and steroids are being specifically targeted…

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FDA Warns Against Body Building Supplement

An FDA warning was issued on Monday Dec. 23 for Mass Destruction, a body building dietary supplement that is used to stimulate muscle growth. The FDA issued the warning after a healthy 28-year-old man experienced liver failure after using the product for several weeks. The man required a liver transplant.

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Mavericks Owner Favors HGH Use in NBA

In a recent interview with the USA Today, Dallas Mavericks owner and tech billionaire Mark Cuban said the NBA should be looking closer at its drug policy that bans Human Growth Hormone (HGH), especially for players who are recovering from injury…

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International Steroid Ring, Champion Bodybuilders Busted

Federal agencies and police in Portland, OR busted a steroid ring on Thursday with ties with China and distribution all over the US and Canada. Sixteen people, including two “ringleaders,” were indicted in the sting…

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Are Meth-Like Sports Supplements the New “Craze”?

Just last year, Bodybuilding.com named New York-based Driven Sports’ pre-workout powder “Craze” the Website’s “New Supplement of the Year” award. Today, the product is no longer available on that site…

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Why The Silk Road Bust Won’t Stop Online Steroids – For Now

Anti-drug agencies from around the world cried victory last week when they took down the popular, underground marketplace Website Silk Road. Silk Road was an online mecca for drugs of all kinds, including anabolic steroids.

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Alex Rodriguez Suspension Points to Increasing Angst Over Steroids

MLB Commissioner Bud Selig didn’t follow through with his threat to ban Yankee’s third baseman Alex Rodriguez from baseball for life, but his 211 game suspension without pay is certainly the most severe punishment ever sought by baseball for doping allegations…

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New FDA Oversight Threatens Testosterone Replacement

The bill grants the FDA more oversight on small “compound pharmacies” that create specialized drugs for patients at the request of doctors. This is especially detrimental to the testosterone replacement industry …

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“Steroid Era” Strikes Out at Cooperstown
In what is widely being seen as a total rebuke to the “steroid era” of baseball, there were no players inducted to this year’s Major League Baseball Fall of Fame. Despite a field of eligible players that put up some of the most impressive statistics for the game, including... Read more
Testosterone to Help Give Women the Big O

Whether or not Trefina is approved by the FDA and makes it into our pharmacies (and our television commercials) as the breakthrough “Viagra-for-women” drug that can turn even the most prudest housewife into a raging cougar in the sack remains to be seen…

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Interpol Cracks Down on Online Drugs

Buying drugs online has always been a risk to consumers. There are fraudulent drugs sold as the real deal, Websites that collect your personal and credit card information for criminal activity and just plain bad companies that send …

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Armstrong gives up on legal race to keep his titles

The Tour de France is the word’s most famous and challenging bicycle race – a 21-day, 2000-mile ride through grueling mountains and picturesque towns in France and neighboring countries. But for US cyclist Lance Armstrong …

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Another Bay Area baseball player suspended for steroids

Bay Area baseball fans got hit with more bad news this week – this time from across the Bay Bridge. Oakland A’s right handed starting pitcher Bartolo Colon was suspended 50 games for testing positive for testosterone …

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Cabrera suspension highlights steroids continuing allure in MLB

The recent suspension of San Francisco Giants left fielder Melky Cabrera brings the issue of steroid use in Major League Baseball, once again, to the forefront of our national discourse…

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“Manly” shot putter denied gold for using steroids

If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck. That is what Welsh shot putter Brett Morse must have said (or the Welsh equivalent) after Belerusian shot putter Nadzeya Ostapchuk …

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Olympic athletes go through rigorous training to become the best they can be at their sport. They also go through equally rigorous testing for performance enhancing drugs. The latest doping allegations in the Olympics surrounding Chinese swimming phenom Ye Shiwen will either prove that rigorous training has prevailed to produce the world’s fastest female swimmer or it may just prove that IOC testing cannot keep up with modern day peptide science that is capable of producing amazing athletic performances…

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Say good-bye to male pattern baldness

A new study on the causes of male pattern baldness gives real hope for the 8 in 10 men who suffer from this most common form of hair loss. Researchers from the Dermatology Department at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have finally unlocked the secret to male pattern baldness.

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Top 5 fitness science breakthroughs of 2011

As we start the New Year, Steroidology takes a look back at the important scientific studies of 2011 that will impact the way we get in shape in 2012 and beyond. Important studies into weight loss, anti-aging, muscle growth and supplements top this year’s list…

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British Dragon Founder Dies After Release From Prison

British Dragon founder Edwin Richard Crawley died in the early morning of July 1 from complications with pneumonia.

The steroid maker had been recently released from a federal prison after he plead guilty to charges that he illegally imported steroids into the United States…

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