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Three men with conspiracy to import and traffic steroids

In the area of Hilfax three men were charged by the RCMP for the trafficking and import of steroids. These men were charged by the RCMP after a full investigation was carried out by them and in the investigation these men were found involved in the import and trafficking of illegal steroids. Three men charged by the RCMP are Andrew...

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Drug etanercept is no more effective in the long term than other back pain treatments

Back pain is the pain for which there is no sure short treatment so far made. All the medicines which are used to get relieve from back pain are good for some time but after some time they also lose their effectiveness. There are lots of new medicines and steroids introduced which were said to finish the pain. Etanercept is also one...

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Epidural steroids provided better relief for some patients with sciatica

Sciatica is a pain in humans which disturbs the lower back and also disturbs the movement of the leg. Enbrel was used to treat it but now according to new research epidural steroids will provide more relief to the patients suffering from Sciatica. But this relief is slight and there is no significance difference between the two....

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Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens arrives for a hearing at US District Court in Washington

Roger Clemens is an ex pitcher from New York Yankees. He lied about the usage of steroids last year. For that case he appeared in front f the court but an error in prosecution closed the case before it was heard properly. No key stand was taken from both parties last time but now his retrial is again going to begin. According to...

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Common Causes of Glomerular Disease

Diseases caused due to Glomerulus can range from acute to chronic diseases.  Acute illnesses caused due to it could be infections of upper respiratory system which can be self resolved or at extreme level or at Chronic level the diseases caused could be HIV. In some cases progressive renal failure can also occur due to the...

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Woman sentenced 5 Years for Steroid Case

Jessica Howard from Cincinnati was sentenced for five year prison by a judge on the charge of her role which she played in the steroid distribution ring. In November, 2011 Jessica Howard was one of the 14 persons arraigned with a $5000 bond. She was arraigned on the charges of having relations with a steroid distribution ring. Out...

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UFC president Dana White went into depth of a ton of issues with Swedish journalist Marcus Kowal

President of UFC Dana White gave an interview to MMA Journalist from Sweden Marcus Kowal. This interview was broadcasted in three episodes. But the most important things came in the last two episodes. The things which were in the last two episodes are presented here. In these episodes White focused on pays given to the fighters. He...

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Mike Wallace Interview

Mike Wallace was died recently on 7 April, 2012 when he was 93 years old. His job was to broadcast the news on radio and then after 1960, he started working on television and was selected in a program where he was given responsibility to take interview of famous personalities for 60 minutes in which he became very successful. In his...

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No outrage seems on Over This Performance Enhancing Drug

It is a most probable question that not only baseball but all games played in U.S.A. are free from drugs? The question is not about performance or muscle enhancing drugs but all those drugs which sportsmen as they are prescribed by either doctors or they use them due to some problem of their body in which some affected materials are...

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New Jersey Police officer suspended for having steroids

Police officers are often appointed by government to serve the people living in that country. Their one of the duty is to catch the guilty people and to maintain the law and order in the country. They catch the criminals and can seize even their properties if they are not legal. Some police officers are given special trainings for...

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