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Ten Signs of Steroid Abuse

Is your child using steroids? Here is the ten things experts say parents should look for.

Increased Risk of ACL Injuries for Female Athletes: Reasons Unclear

Why women and girls are more prone to ACL injuries unclear but strength and conditioning program helps.

What Are Anabolic Steroids And How Do They Work?

Anabolic steroids - more properly termed anabolic-androgenic steroids - are synthetic derivatives of testosterone - the hormone that makes a man a man.

ACL Injuries: Female Athletes At Increased Risk

Women and girls are more prone to ACL injuries than men and boys but the risk can be reduced if athletes perform warm-up, stretching, strengthening, plyometric, and sport-specific agility exercises before sports.

Anabolic Steroids: Your Child's Road to the Gold or to the Grave?

According to a 1999 National Institute of Drug Abuse survey, steroid use among students is now at its highest point in a decade, with an estimated 479,000 students nationwide, or 2.9 percent, having used the drug by their senior year of high school.

About Dr. Horwitz

Dr. Steven HorwitzDr. Steven Horwitz is a graduate of both Cornell University and the National College of Chiropractic. He is certified as a Chiropractic Sports Physician and Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

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