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Steroids (INACTIVE)

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  • 3 '07 O's not users in Grimsley affidavit

    3 '07 O's not users in Grimsley affidavit
    Three prominent 2007 Orioles who were named as steroid users last year in a Los Angeles Times report on the infamous Jason Grimsley affidavit were never mentioned as using performance-enhancing drugs in that document, which was unsealed by federal...
  • No quit in cheaters thanks to continuous medical advances

    No quit in cheaters thanks to continuous medical advances
    Major League Baseball officials have spoken of former Sen. George Mitchell's report on steroids as a way to put a stamp of understanding on the past and move toward a cleaner future. But those who have battled doping for much longer in cycling, track and...
  • Ledger links Jones to several drugs

    Marion Jones used several different performance-enhancing drugs over a substantial period of time, according to a detailed doping calendar. Jones' alleged doping regimen was part of a Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative ledger that featured the names of...
  • Reviewing '07, with regret

    Reviewing '07, with regret
    Rangers score 30Perhaps the Orioles should not have gotten out of bed Aug. 22. The day bloomed promisingly enough with the announcement of Dave Trembley's permanent hiring as manager and the struggling Texas Rangers in town for a doubleheader. The...
  • Tejada probe launched

    Tejada probe launched
    On the same day that former Orioles shortstop attended his brother's funeral in the Dominican Republic, the FBI said yesterday that it has opened a preliminary investigation into whether he lied to federal authorities when he told them he never took...
  • A man of meager beginnings, Sammy Sosa won over the baseball world and then lost it

    A man of meager beginnings, Sammy Sosa won over the baseball world and then lost it
    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The man does not do still. He will not -- cannot -- stop moving. Not for anyone. He has tried before, but it is much too difficult. Even when he is relaxed, he is laughing, fidgeting, speaking rapidly and making wild gestures with...
  • Orlando's Gabriel Preisser faces 'Trouble in Tahiti'

     Orlando's Gabriel Preisser faces 'Trouble in Tahiti'
    Central Floridian Gabriel Preisser is glad to be home. "We were on the road for three or four years," he says of himself and wife Christina, a high-school sweetheart. "But it made sense to come back home. Our family is here. We're Orlandoans now."...
  • Harold Ramis' death puts vasculitis in the spotlight

    Harold Ramis' death puts vasculitis in the spotlight
    Thanks to the well-publicized death of actor/director Harold Ramis, the disease he suffered from — vasculitis — is getting more attention, which can help patients and doctors understand this elusive autoimmune disease. "His death was a...
  • 'Biggest Loser' controversy can focus on public health issues

    'Biggest Loser' controversy can focus on public health issues
    The executive director of the Eating Recovery Center of California, Jennifer Lombardi, says it was no surprise to her that a contestant on “The Biggest Loser” lost a shocking amount of weight – in this case, Rachel Frederickson dieting...
  • The ADHD explosion: A new book explores factors that have fueled it

    "The ADHD Explosion: Myths, Medication, Money and Today's Push for Performance," released this week by Oxford University Press, chronicles the steep increase in ADHD diagnoses in the United States over the last two decades. The new book offers provocative...
  • Burbank man pleads not guilty in stabbing

    A 22-year-old Burbank man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges that he stabbed a Sunland man in January, leaving him with severe head and upper-body injuries. The man, Eric Wang, was charged with one count each of attempted murder and assault with...
  • Five questions for Dumb Starbucks' Nathan Fielder

    Five questions for Dumb Starbucks' Nathan Fielder
    Nathan Fielder, a Comedy Central star and the founder of L.A.'s Dumb Starbucks, will appear on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Tuesday night and, we hope, answer some leftover questions.  In a news conference at the rogue cafe's Hillhurst Avenue location in Los...