• Unfair For Ephedra Nov 2004
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    Zac BodenheimerDr. Rambo English 101-132 December 2004 Unfair for Ephedra? On June 24 at 10: 10 a. m. a Baltimore Orioles pitcher named Steve Bechler died at North Ridge Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The team physician attributed his death to a heat stroke from the symptoms he saw such as an elevated body temperature of 108 degrees and major organ failure (Mileur pars. 2-3). However, as his death was investigated and his corpse was examined more closely a medical examiner said tha...
  • Excellence In Sports Reach People Counter
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    What is excellence? Is it perfection, a goal, a feeling, a gift? To some athletes, it is an everyday challenge that comes easy; to others it might not be so easy. Whether it holds a psychological meaning or it's just another goal to set, it shows a persons attitude and dedication towards a sport. To what extremes will people actually go to reach excellence? Some athletes strive so hard that they will try almost anything to reach their peak of excellence, the extremes that some go through to reac...
  • Creatine Blood Pressure
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    Bill Romanowski, Shannon Sharpe, and Mark McGwire, are just a few of the professional athletes that use and endorse fitness supplements such as Androstenedione, Creatine, and other products. Every on camera interview that you see Shannon Sharpe he is wearing an EAS mock turtleneck. EAS is one of the leading manufacturers of Creatine and other supplements. The hottest supplement in Hollywood is Ephedrine; a herbal-based drug designed to increase fat loss. Why do so many athletes use supplements?...
  • Ephedrine Product Dont One
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    A LIKELY SYNTHESIS OF DESOXYEPHEDRINE (METHAMPHETAMINE) The author does not advocate the preparation or use of any illegal product. The information supplied defines a potentially dangerous process and if attempted, in countries where legal, only qualified individuals should attempt the procedures described. This information is supplied for educational purposes only. Ephedrine (and also pseudo-ephedrine or Sudafed as well as nor-ephedrine or, the PPA found in over the counter diet pills) are all ...
  • Creatine And Ephedrine Supplement Ncaa Husson
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    Introduction Bill Romanowski, Shannon Sharpe, Mark McGwire, are just a few of the professional athletes that use and endorse fitness supplements such as Androstenedione, Creatine, and other products. Every on camera interview that you see Shannon Sharpe he is wearing an EAS mock turtleneck. EAS is one of the leading manufacturers of Creatine and other supplements. The hottest supplement in Hollywood is Ephedrine; an herbal based drug designed to increase fat loss. Why do so many athletes use sup...
  • Pitfalls Of Herbal Supplements
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    The four billion a year supplement industry sells steroid supplements and herbal speed to millions of teenage boys and girls. There are many types of supplements; among the most popular are Creatine, Andro (androstenedione), and ephedrine. All of these supplements are legal but are they safe? In this paper I will explore why the FDA has failed to put stronger regulations on these supplements, what they are and what they do, who endorses them, and were and how you can purchase these potentially h...
  • Ephedrine People Drug Blood
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    There has been much controversy lately over the use of an over-the-counter stimulant called Ephedrine; which, comes from the plant Ephedra. It was originally used for three medical purposes: to open up nasal passages, suppress appetites, and constrict blood vessels. Later on it had been discovered that ephedrine could be taken for other purposes, such as, weight loss and increased energy output. It became widely known as a performance enhancing drug that could have an impact on people's competit...
  • Diet Pills Nutrition Fen Phen
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    Diet / Weight Loss Pills These days, people are always on the lookout for an easy way to lose weight. According to a 1999 study done by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration, an estimated 61 percent of adults in the United States were overweight, along with 13 percent of children and adolescents. With these statistics, people should be looking for a way to better themselves, but in a healthy fashion. Primarily starting in the 1990's, body image, exercise, and diet became a major concern in the...
  • Effects On Athletes Ephedrine Heart Boost
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    Ephedrine Effects On Athletes Ephedrine Effects On Athletes Essay, Research Paper a Ephedrine Effects on Athletes Ephedrine mild, slow-acting drug used to treat moderate attacks of bronchial asthma and to relieve nasal congestion from hay fever or infection of the upper respiratory tract. Non-addictive, ephedrine may cause insomnia and restlessness. Comes from Ephedra plant also known as Ma Huang. Uses for Ephedrine-? Asthma sufferers. ? Weight Loss-Increases Metabolic Rate? Performance Enhancer...