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Steroids aren't people, so they can't have ethics.
The use of steroids is ethical, to treat a myriad of medical issues. Any time you have anything that's inflamed, chances are, a doctor is going to prescribe a steroid to reduce the swelling. I've had prescriptions for them when I had mono, and a bad reaction to poison ivy.
Using steroids to make yourself bigger, stronger, and give yourself a competitive edge? I'm not an athlete, so I can't make that call.
There must be times when they are required but they are sometimes used too casually. I was assured there would be no problem but side effects are real and not to be dismissed. Thanks to an emergency room doctor I still have my eyesight.
Wait . what??? Steroids are in everything like Flonase
Does steroids cause open angle glaucoma??? Serious question cause I already had the laser thing
You are going to get a million different answers, really depends on who you ask. Medically, they are pretty much in everything and as a Healthcare Professional, I would have to say yes. As for casually, if your job/lively hood depends on it (Professional athlete), I don't condone it but I understand the argument. As for taking them without a purpose, other then looking better, not very smart in my opinion.
by Lisa HW8 years ago
What's a good writing site for someone who only wants to write casually, and doesn't want to...write professional articles for money?
by kaiwallace8 years ago
How long should you date casually before becoming an official couple
by ParadigmEnacted4 years ago
Do you care whether or not professional athletes take performance enhancing drugs?I don't. It's supposed to be a larger than life spectacle.
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