Game Plan PSA
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Press Release: On April 14, 2000 The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and several partners announced a national multimedia public education initiative designed to alert the public to the dangers of anabolic steroids.
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Keep Your Body Healthy - Game Plan
Game Plan, latest installment in our "Keep Your Body Healthy" campaign seeks to encourage young men and women to work with what nature has provided and not "cheat" by using steroids and thereby exposing themselves to the negative side-effects associated with these drugs.
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In The Mix: reality TV for Teens
Steroids: The Hard Truth: co-hosted by Hercules and Andromeda star Kevin Sorbo, this program addresses the growing use of illegal anabolic steroids by girls as well as boys. Teens from across the country discuss the media influence and allure of steroids for sports and self-image. This show first aired in 2002.
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Research Report on Anabolic Steroids
NIDA Infofacts on Anabolic Steroids
Scholastic News page on Steroids
Message from the NIDA Director - Consequences of the Abuse of Anabolic Steroids - 3/17/05
NIDA Index of Links on Anabolic Steroids
Game Plan - Public Service Announcement
NIDA for Teens - Anabolic Steroids
ATHENA (Athletes Targeting Healthy Exercise & Nutrition Alternatives) is a scientifically proven program for female athletes. (Oregon Health & Science University web site)
ATLAS (Athletes Training & Learning to Avoid Steroids) is an award winning, scientifically proven program for male athletes. (Oregon Health & Science University web site)
Information on Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), Growth Hormone, and Testosterone - From the National Institute on Aging (NIA Web Site)
Medical Consequences of Drug Abuse

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