A top official of the World Health Organization called doping in sports a public health issue. Speaking at an international anti-doping conference, Dr. Timothy Armstrong said the use of performance-enhancing drugs is not just a sporting problem.
The National Basketball Association players union has recommended that its members agree to additional drug testing, including offseason screening for performance-enhancing drugs.
Fewer people are dying of cancer in Europe, but lung-cancer deaths among women are increasing in countries such as Hungary and Scotland where more women
Richard C. Holbrooke, the Obama administration’s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, recently told reporters at a meeting of G8 foreign ministers that the U.S.
Nevada’s estimated $340 million in future payments under the nationwide tobacco settlement would be sold off for less upfront cash under a budget plan proposed
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