Steroid nation: juiced home run totals, anti-aging miracles, and a Hercules in every high school : the secret history of America's true drug addiction

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ESPN Books, Oct 23, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 368 pages
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An investigative journalist looks at America's complex relationship with steroids and how it has become the country's most dangerous and pervasive drug addiction, examining incidence of steroid use throughout the world of sports, from the bodybuilders of the 1970s, to the baseball scandals of today, and profiling the godfather of the steroid movement, Dan Duchaine. 75,000 first printing.

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Review: Steroid Nation: Juiced Home Run Totals, Anti-aging Miracles, and a Hercules in Every High School: The Secret History of America's True Drug Addiction

User Review  - Oliver Bateman - Goodreads

Eh, you know. A readable account that takes you from Dan Duchaine to the late 2000s. A primer on the steroid era. But couldn't more have been done here? That's easy enough to say when you're ... Read full review

Review: Steroid Nation: Juiced Home Run Totals, Anti-aging Miracles, and a Hercules in Every High School: The Secret History of America's True Drug Addiction

User Review  - Chantel Hall - Goodreads

In an effort to read books outside of what I would usually read, I read this book. It was actually pretty interesting. Read full review

Contents

Some Rules Apply
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A HowTo
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Geeks Dont Want No Seats
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About the author (2007)

Shaun Assael, a former New  York City criminal justice reporter, is a senior writer for ESPN Magazine. His work has appeared in such places as Esquire, The Village Voice, New York, and Smart Money.

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