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Steroids and the effect on humans and society Thesis Statement In todays society steroids are a big influence on our teenagers Therefore many students turn to steroids to fulfill their parents and coaches wishes Without even knowing the risks involved in using steroids I Background II Users ATeenagers BAthletes III Effects on males A Pros B Cons IV Effects on Females A Pros B Cons Steroids Since the beginning of time humans have always been trying to get stronger and faster Now there is a solution to this problem Is it good for you or is it bad You decide In todays society steroids are a big influence on our teenagers Therefore many students turn to steroids to fulfill their parents and coaches wishes Without even knowing the risks involved in using steroids Most people know what steroids do for the human body Many do not know were it has come from and how it is made or even some street names Steroids have many names used by the buyers and sellers on the streets Sauce roids juice power pills are just a few of the names used Steroids 1-4 Steroids are produces chemically by many plants and animals Lukas -7 1939 Scientist suspected that sex hormones might improve the physical or athletic aspects of humans performance Studies in1944 confirmed this Rumor has it that the earliest use of steroids were from Hitlers men in WWII Also in WWII prisoners that were in concentration camps were given steroids to help male nourishment Steroids would help the prisoners gain body weight back Lukas-4 In 1988 Doctors called this Year of the Steroids Since so many athletes started using them for sport events and the Olympics Steroids are different from many other drugs addicts use While many other drugs affect youre brain make you forget things and make your stress go away Steroids mainly
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