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US Goverment - Anabolic Steroids And Hypocrisy

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

According the NIDA Website Anabolic Steroids are dangerous. I won´t discuss this point; I only state that steroid abuse can be dangerous. Improper use of any substance can be risky. But many other pharmaceutical compounds as muscle relaxers, tranquilizers, anti-depressants are missused and abused everyday in the United States without any demonization or advice, at least.

NIDA says:

"The Congressional hearings on March 17th, 2005 about the reports of anabolic steroid abuse by professional athletes, many of whom are regarded as role models by young people, highlight the fact that we are now facing a very damaging message that is becoming pervasive in our society - that bigger is better, and being the best is more important than how you get there.

There is great risk that adolescents will be vulnerable to these messages about anabolic steroids and will be far less concerned about the long-term health risks to their bodies and their minds.

These drugs are Controlled Substances that can be prescribed to treat conditions such as body wasting in patients with AIDS, and other diseases that occur when the body produces abnormally low amounts of testosterone.

Abuse of anabolic steroids differs from the abuse of other illicit substances because the initial use of anabolic steroids is not driven by the immediate euphoria that accompanies most drugs of abuse, such as cocaine, heroin, and marijuana, but by the desire of the abuser to change their appearance and performance, characteristics of great importance to adolescents.

NIDA has supported and will continue to support research that increases our understanding of the impact of steroid abuse and improves our ability to prevent abuse of these drugs.

For example, NIDA funding led to the development of two highly effective programs that not only prevent anabolic steroid abuse among male and female high school athletes, but also promote other healthy behaviors and attitudes."


According The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Hypocrisy is the practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness. Do you know that the most common actual causes of death in the United States were tobacco (435,000), poor diet and physical inactivity (400,000), alcohol consumption (85,000), microbial agents (e.g., influenza and pneumonia, 75,000), toxic agents (e.g., pollutants and asbestos, 55,000), motor vehicle accidents (43,000), firearms (29,000), sexual behavior (20,000) and illicit use of drugs (17,000). (data extracted from http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/medicalnews.php?newsid=6971 Can´t you see hypocrisy here?
posted by Frank Mori, Tuesday, February 14, 2006