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Steroids - How steroids raise blood pressure
Performance enhancing drugs: How to protect yourself - and your reputation - from drug contamination
Oral contraceptives and athletic performance
HMB supplement benefits may not be so significant for trained athletes
Echinacea - Ward off infection with 'the prairie doctor'
Androstenedione effects - do andro supplements really work?
Creatine and recovery intervals
The effect of painkillers on muscle soreness
Carbohydrate metabolite supplements: pyruvate does not enhance weight loss or boost endurance performance
The effect of the Pyruvate supplement on performance
Creatine shown to boost performance in trained sprinters
School children risk causing long term damage by taking bodybuilding supplements
How caffeine may shave seconds off your time
Genetic engineering and drug abuse
Salbutamol as a supplement
Research suggests creatine can improve an ageing athlete's performance
Steroids carry injury risks
New blood substitutes pose lethal risks
Steroids boost injury risk from strength training
Weight trainers miss out on the "runner's high"
Creatine Accumulation: Factors modifying creatine accumulation in human skeletal muscle
Creatine supplements work at lower levels
How do creatine and phosphate actually work?
Here's what happens when you put a little ephedrine in your coffee.
This new study suggests it doesn't boost short-term performance - but it increases the heart rate.
Could caffeine take the buzz out of your creatine?
Many people with heart disease or high blood pressure (hypertension) are on long-term B-blocker therapy.
Clenbuterol Side Effects