Did you maybe mean anabolic?
- n. Plural form of anabolic.
“Psychologists investigating what babies know and when they know it often unwittingly provide such anabolics -- we know, for example, that if a pregnant woman reads "The Cat in the Hat" out loud twice a day, her baby will prefer that story to another read by a different voice.”
“Further, while the FDA does have authority over anabolic steroids, "the agency seems halfhearted about enforcing those rules," says Shaun Assael, author of "Steroid Nation," an outstanding account of how anabolics have spread across America.”
“COLLINS: But what other kind of side-effects can there be, I mean, from these anabolics?”
“Was he taking the date rape drug to sleep better and recover better and take the edge off anabolics that he could have been taking as well?”
“And to and behold, the world's leading junior athlete Marleis Gohr tested positive in her A sample, her anabolics.”
“Then he found that by using anabolics he could build muscle to restore some of the arm strength that he'd lost.”
“Max Out ushers in a new era of non-hormonal anabolics.”
“I certainly understand that my revealing that Lance Armstrong has relied on blood doping, EPO, and anabolics to win the three Tours de France in which I helped him will jeopardize your substantial investment in facilitating his appearance so from a business point of view I understand fully.”
“But what Schefter's initial report overlooked was the role hCG plays in the steroid community, where it is used along with other drugs like Clomid to help counteract the effects of anabolic steroids and steer the body back toward its normal processes when the user cycles off of the anabolics.”
“How to use anabolics, or how to conceal anabolic use?”
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