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The award winning HD6 video podcast continues! Dr. William Dexter from the University of Southern Maine and Tufts University!

Today is the fourth video and audio-only rebroadcast from the 2016 Huffines Discussion.   Up today in our series is Dr. William Dexter from the University of Southern Maine and Tufts University.  Dr. Dexter's talk is called "PEDs: Not Just a Problem in Elite Athletes" and talks about how the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs is becoming a problem at all levels of sport and some suggestions for how to combat this rising pandemic.  LISTEN  or WATCH NOW!

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Comments

Kevin Hughes
# Kevin Hughes
Friday, February 10, 2017 6:40 PM
Great Talk. Yep. That low T stuff...I am in my sixties, and my experience with people who try that anti aging regimen end up just like you said - injured. They also end up ruining their social lives, as they tend to hang around younger people and their libido is active again. Yikes. Muscle tone is not youth.

I think it would be naive to think that any pro Sport is "clean", and when you are young - you just want to win. And denial is a massive side affect. Football and MMA folks, well, a "natural" doesn't really have a chance. All the athletes that I knew who used AAS- thought they knew what they were doing, and gave their body a rest period. Nothing I said reached them. Especially the women. When your voice drops and hair grows and all kinds of other changes happen in their nether regions- they still don't care. They want to be ripped and powerful...and they are, for a bit.

I admire you, but I don't know if it is a battle you can win. If the darn things just didn't work for the things the folks wanted them to work for - maybe. But bigger, stronger, faster? When you are young the long term price seems worth it.

Keep telling your stories! Smiles, Kevin

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