Finally, there is one source to find the latest news, information, and links to websites discussing the often-misunderstood subject of steroids and other performance enhancing drugs.
Online PR News – 18-July-2009 – – Queen Creek, AZ, July, 2009/onlineprnews/ As the controversy surrounding the use of anabolic steroids in athletics grows, SS, Inc. introduces a website that provides an unbiased look at the facts of performance enhancing substances. From the latest headlines and newspapers, to the latest scientific information and articles on bodybuilding and fitness—SteroidSources.com takes information that has been scattered on many websites and puts it in one place.
Bodybuilders, athletes, and those just interested in current events surrounding anabolic steroids will find the resources and links at SteroidSources.com invaluable. SteroidSources.com features hundreds of articles on all aspects of the steroid culture, including the latest news on anabolic steroid use in competitive sports, links to websites that offer steroids for sale, and a large blogging community, contributing to a variety of discussions and debates on steroids and helping to answer questions that one may have on the subject.
Despite the great number of news stories, the number of high profile professional athletes who fall from grace, or the growing knowledge on the topic, there are many myths and misunderstandings concerning the use, effects, side effects, and long-term ramifications of steroid use. SteroidSources.com takes on these myths and misunderstandings head on.
SteroidSources.com takes a fair, objective view of the steroid issue and lets the facts—positive or negative—speaks for them. In the website forum, steroid users openly discuss the pros and cons of steroid use, reputable places to buy anabolic steroids, and attest to the benefits and problems with steroid use. The website stresses the need to obtain a prescription from a doctor before using any steroids.
As drug testing in professional and Olympic sports becomes more prominent, and the number of athletes caught using performance enhancing drugs increases, the controversy surrounding the use of anabolic steroids continues to grow. In the United States, professional sports leagues have had varied reactions to the growing problem. The National Football League (NFL) has had a strict banned substance policy for years, while other leagues, such as Major League Baseball (MLB) have been slower to act.
In 1998, questions arose in Major League Baseball after Marc McGwire and Sammy Sosa competed to break Rodger Maris’ homerun record. McGwire finished with 70 homeruns and Sosa had 66, handily breaking the old mark of 61 set by Maris. In the years that followed, the league saw a large increase in the number of homeruns, culminating in 2001 when Barry Bonds hit 73, breaking McGwire’s record of 70. Since then, Major League Baseball has steadily increased the penalty for failing a drug test, and by 2006, the current banned substance policy was in place. The first offense is a 50-game suspension, a second offense is 100 games, and a third offense is a lifetime suspension from the league.
SteroidSources.com directly confronts the issues and health concerns of anabolic steroid use, providing important information about the risks of purchasing steroids for sale through unsafe channels, an active blogging community, and articles on a wide range of subjects concerning steroids, and links to more information.
For questions or comments, please refer to the contact page at SteroidsSources.com or mail your comments to SS, Inc.; 22nd Avenue; PO Box 530007; St. Petersburg, FL 33747.
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