Forbes article discussing how the Dodgers will realize much less money from their TV contract than they expected.
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Assuming PEDs actually improve performance, when you were functionally allowed to use them, you'd have to be stupid not to.
Only if you think caring about your long term health is stupid
A good doctor would both tell you "Don't" (and explain why) but also be willing to offer harm-reduction advice if you insisted on ignoring his recommendation and planned on using.
Isn't the football steroid era also known as Now?
Gagne's drug use has ruined "Welcome to the Jungle" for me.
The best team doctor story comes from rugby in England. I don't know much about rugby but evidently there is a rule against substitutions at some point except in the case of injury. In one game, a particular team wanted to sub a guy when they had no subs left so the player feigned an injury and when the team doctor went out to check on him, the team doctor cut the player open so they could sub the player off. Unfortunately for all involved it was caught on tape and the doctor ended up losing his license to practice.
1. Unless recent studies have found otherwise, the evidence is that HGH doesn't enhance performance.
I know body builders that testify it gives them more energy and focus with their training.
I'd be curious to hear the negative health impacts he's attributing to HGH.
how effectively the testing rules have "cleaned up" the NFL is open to interpretation.
So you ignore anecdotal evidence from Andy Pettitte, who said it helped his recovery with the Astros.
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