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Major League Baseball's "Juiced" Players

Barry Bonds, Jason Giambi, Roger Clemens, Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa, A-Rod, Jose Canseco

 to name a few of the players that are "alleged"  to have used steroids.


The use of steroids in Major League Baseball destroys  the integrity of the game.




 And will cause serious health issues for the players in years to come.



Major effects of steroid abuse can include liver damage; jaundice; fluid retention; high blood pressure; increases in "bad" cholesterol. Also, males risk shrinking of the testicles, baldness, breast development, and infertility. Females risk growth of facial hair, menstrual changes, male-pattern baldness, and deepened voice. Teens risk permanently stunted height, accelerated puberty changes, and severe acne. All users, but particularly those who inject the drug, risk infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.