Thinking macho in sports can be dange...

Thinking macho in sports can be dangerous

There are 1 comment on the Newsday story from Jun 24, 2007, titled Thinking macho in sports can be dangerous. In it, Newsday reports that:

When the National Football League convened a one-day summit on concussions and their possible long-term damage in Chicago on Tuesday, the Philadelphia Daily News noted that no more than 20 reporters showed up ...

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Tim

Rye, NY

#1 Jun 24, 2007
They should talk more about the dangers of steroids, instead of always writing about it like it was some kind of magic home run pill. Guys like Lyle Alzado and Steve Courson and Ken Caminiti all took steroids and all are prematurely dead, as, I believe, are a number of professional wrestlers. Yet all we hear from the media is about how it's "cheating," which probably inspires more people to try them.

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