Steroids

When Being Too Healthy Is Bad for Your Health

Marci Warhaft-Nadler | Posted 10.14.2013 | Canada Living
Marci Warhaft-Nadler

While healthy lifestyle changes are a good thing, it can be surprisingly easy to cross the line from fit to fanatical. It's not hard to understand the dangers that come from eating too much of the wrong types of food or not getting enough physical activity, but it can be much harder to grasp how too much of a good thing can also put your health at risk.

The Week In Review: A-Rod Should Be Free To Dope If He Wants To

Marni Soupcoff | Posted 08.08.2013 | Canada
Marni Soupcoff

Are performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) an unnatural advantage? Sure. But so are many of the extreme training methods and nutritional regimens that are all now a regular part of almost all professional sports, including baseball. If PEDs were permitted, MLB could at least take the significant money it would save on expensive detection schemes, investigations, and mediation (players' unions don't tend to take kindly to 100-game suspensions) and use it instead to educate players about the health dangers of PEDs and the doses at which they are safest.

Roid Rage In Niagara

CBC | Posted 11.10.2012 | Canada

The Niagara Regional Police Service, which is facing allegations one of its officers was smuggling steroids across the Canada-U.S. border, has for yea...

An (Unproven) Lack of Integrity Doesn't Affect Batting Averages

Peter Worthington | Posted 08.20.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

Withholding the honour to Barry Bonds is petty beyond belief -- except that it's happening. The Hall of Fame guys are so damned sanctimonious and dogmatic that it curdles belief. Criteria for entry into the Hall should only be a player's record in the game, none of this drivel about "integrity" that the MLB is judging without proof.

The USADA Must be High if They Think Armstrong is on Drugs

Peter Worthington | Posted 08.18.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency is seeking to strip Lance Armstrong of his cycling awards, and ban him from triathlon competitions on the grounds that the world's greatest cyclist has been taking performance-enhancing drugs. Only problem is they don't have a single shred of proof, and Armstrong has been tested 500 times. So on what basis can they possibly accuse him of cheating?

New arrest in steroids case - Washington Post (blog):

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