Science of Steroids (2010)

National Geographic

Don Hooton stands in his late son, Taylor's, room. Taylor committed suicide after suffering from depression brought on by steroid abuse. Read more: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/episode/science-of-steroids-3052/Overview#tab-Photos/0#ixzz167vea9Xj
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A $252 million contract to play baseball causes "an enormous amount of pressure ... to perform at a high level every day," according to Alex Rodriguez. The New York Yankees' third baseman provided details this week about the anabolic steroids he used from 2001 to 2003 after he had signed a record-setting deal with his former team, the Texas Rangers. Here is what most of us know about anabolic steroids: they make muscles grow faster, there are harmful side effects to our health, most sports leagues have banned them, and they are illegal without a prescription. But how do they actually work? Does an athlete just pop a few pills and then wait for the Popeye-spinach effect? Let's dig a little deeper into the science of steroids.
Source: www.livescience.com

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