Here's an uncomfortable possibility: Maybe the way we demonize performance-enhancing drugs in sports keeps us from the scientific research we need to understand their effects.
It was a road game at home for U.S. soccer, but three points are three points, and they didn't need to go through customs to get them. It's never going to change.
Once an opponent of steroids, Bob Goldman now promotes the use of testosterone and human growth hormone as important tools in the antiaging movement, writes Tom Farrey.
The NFL reportedly will ask the players' union to agree to stronger testing for steroids.
Now that Arnold has taken office in California, he can change how we think about the dangers of steroids.