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Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong: More News We'd Rather Not Have

Carol Krause, Chief of NIDA’s Public Information and Liaison Branch
September 18, 2012

Hello, you last heard from me when Michael Jackson died, although I’m behind the scenes at NIDA almost every day. Read More »

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Bicyclist

Doping Disaster: On the Wheels of a Scandal

Sara Bellum
November 08, 2011

Cycling legend Lance Armstrong, winner of the Tour de France 7 times, and his teammates from the U.S. Read More »

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Hit the Gym, Not the Pills

Sara Bellum
March 29, 2011

Most of us have something about ourselves that we’d like to change. Too tall, too short, too fat, too thin, too stocky, too anything… In fact, research suggests that more than half of teens are unsatisfied with their bodies for some reason. Read More »

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Students and Washington Redskins players

What do the Washington Redskins, NIDA, and the Greek Gods have in common?

Sara Bellum
September 13, 2010

Many of us have strong opinions about athletes using steroids to short cut their way to being stronger or faster. But it’s not just us—it’s also the 30-plus thousands of coaches and schools who use the ATLAS and ATHENA models in their sports programs. Read More »

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Kerri Strug

Real Athletes Break Records Not Rules

Sara Bellum
April 01, 2010

“You can do it!” and a sprained ankle were what Olympic gymnast, Kerri Strug, took with her to the mat as she landed the vault to help win Team USA’s first women’s gymnastics gold medal at the 1996 Olympics. Read More »

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