Research Paper On Drugs In Sports
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Coexistence of Media and Sports?
In eleven pages this paper argues that the sports and media are not dependent upon each other but could exist equally well independently and includes sections on sports, sports without the media, and the media without sports provided. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
Performance Enhancing Drug Use in Sports
This research presents a thorough overview of this topic, describing its historical context, prevalence, attraction, detection and long term health effects. Nine pages in length, seven sources are cited.
Should New Drugs Be Labelled As ‘New’ To Indicate A Higher Risk Than Established Dugs?
This 4 page paper considers the issue of new drugs and whether or not they should be labelled as an issue of public safety. The FDA focuses on drug approval, leaving a gap when it comes to assessing drugs that have already been approved. There ahs been a call for all new drugs to be marked as new. The paper assesses this from the perspective of the drug companies, the health policy makers and the patients. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
3 pages in length. The extent to which hydrocodone has fast become what the federal Drug Enforcement Administration considers the "most abused prescription drug in the country" (The Drug Addiction Treatment Center, 2003) is both grand and far-reaching; that such commonly abused drugs as cocaine, meth and other illicit substances serve to overshadow hydrocodone use and abuse speaks to the significant difference between illegal drug addiction and one that stems from a doctor's prescription. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Benjamin Rader/American Sports
Benjamin Rader's American Sports is a book that relates the history of sports within the US. The writer, in addressing this book, eqautes the rise of sports with the rise of cities. This eight page paper has one sources in the bibliography.