eftda wrote:Trans and GotowarMissAgnes, if you are saying I'm crazy or denial
then you've lost it. Seriously, I said 20-25% combined. I said it before and you burshed it off, i said it gain and you brush it off. If you don't belive me then go visit a Division 1 Game and see how big they are. Riods are being sold in drug stroes across the US. They are not labeled roids, but they are still roids. My friend was just taking a substance that was just taken off the market. I guess I over reacted when i said "who cares what Bonds does", but still, If someone belives that there are only a hand full of players who are on roids, then they are truly out of it. Sorry...
Trans, what did you mean by denial? I need to know.
You can say whatever you want. And if you had said that "20-25% of male college athletes" are using steroids, I would have said, "That's about right".
But, that's not what you wrote. You wrote that 25-50% of high school and college students are using steroids.
And that's total BS.
No study in the world shows such a high level of use among the general high school and college population. I work at a major university. I go to college games all the time; and one of the guys who sits in the office next to mine testified before Congress on Wednesday on this issue. And there's no evidence in the world for the high level of use among the general high school and college age population.
25 percent of MALE COLLEGE ATHLETES might be using steroids. I would certainly agree that the level of use is even higher among MALE COLLEGE ATHLETES in the revenue sports.
But, there's NO good evidence that 25-50 percent of all high school and college students are using steroids.