Archive for the ‘HGH in Collegiate Sports’ Category

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Human Growth Hormone and Dr. Oz

The human growth hormone (or HGH) is still something of a mystery. What we do know is that HGH is produced by the pituitary gland, and regulates growth in children and teens. HGH also regulates your body fluids, the growth of muscle and bone, as well as your sugar and fat metabolism. It also possibly [...]

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Highlights of Recent HGH Survey by MedReviews

Consumer review website, MedReviews recently released the results of a survey it had conducted on the benefits and side effects of HGH supplements. This survey showed the side effects and benefits that HGH supplements for anti-aging and bodybuilding could have on the body. In order to achieve this result, MedReviews used a total of 60 [...]

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Do Sports Scandals Put Pressure on Young Athletes to Dope?

Remember when it was cool to “Be Like Mike?” It’s no secret that kids look up to sports stars, and many would love nothing more than to be just like their hero, like many wanted to be Michael Jordan, when they grow up. However, the very real question in today’s sports climate is, “Would you [...]