Doping and Sports

Doping and Sports

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Doping in Elite Sport

Performance-Enhancing Substances in Sport and Exercise

Anabolic Steroids in Sport and Exercise (2nd Edition)

Drug Education for Teens: Steroids DVD

Sport and Exercise Pharmacology

Sport, Health and Drugs: A Critical Sociological Perspective

Doping of Athletes and Sport Medicine: Index of New Information

Reality Matters: Under the Influence DVD




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Doping in Elite Sport

by Wayne Wilson and Edward Derse
This book includes a basic scientific explanation of how performance-enhancing substances improve performance and how banned substances are detected, a critical examination of the failure to control doping in the Olympic movement, a historical timeline of drug use in sport, evaluations of the philosophical and ethical issues of drug testing, the international politics of combatting drug use in sport; and-insight as to how three very different countries have handled the issue of performance-enhancing drugs in sport.

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Performance-Enhancing Substances in Sport and Exercise

by Michael S. Bahrke, Charles E. Yesalis 2002
The reference book contains 29 chapters covering dozens of
substances, thousands of references, and chapters devoted to
the history and future of performance-enhancing substances in
sport and exercise, the determination of the efficacy of substances,
drug testing, and legal issues.


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Anabolic Steroids in Sport and Exercise (2nd Edition)

by Charles E. Yesalis 2000
The second edition of Anabolic Steroids in Sport and Exercise
gives you a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of
steroid use and abuse as well as testing, treatment, and prevention
options.










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Drug Education for Teens: Steroids

Schlessinger Media 2004
This 23-minute DVD examines the use of illegal anabolic steroids
and steroidal supplements. The DVD provides a detailed
overview of the harmful effects that the drugs can have on the
user. Suitable for grades 7 & up.




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Sport and Exercise Pharmacology

by Stan Reents 2000
With Sport and Exercise Pharmacology, physicians and sports
medicine specialists will learn how various commonly used
drugs and supplements can affect exercise performance in 
their patients and athletes.





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Sport, Health and Drugs: A Critical Sociological Perspective

by Ivan Waddington
For the first time, a sociological perspective is brought to bear
on a topic which has received much previous attention, largely
from a medical or physiological perspective.





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Doping of Athletes and Sport Medicine: Index of New Information

by Dr. John C. Bartone
ABBE Indexes analyze and simplify new research information
to spread new knowledge and progress for all nations.






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Reality Matters: Under the Influence DVD

No big deal. That's what many kids — and even some parents
— think about alcohol. It's everywhere: in commercials, on billboards,
in clubs and restaurants, in our homes. But disturbing
new research from the American Medical Association finds
that alcohol permanently shrinks the part of a teenager's brain
that controls memory and learning.






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