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Aegis Shield Helps Athletes and Consumers Avoid Unwanted Stimulants in Dietary Supplements
Fitness professionals are acutely aware of the body and how it responds to exercise as well as to food and supplements that fuel it. Dietary and performance-focused supplements can be a part of an effective fitness regimen, but if supplements' labels do not accurately reflect what they contain, some supplements can cause harm rather than good

MusclePharm Announces Appointment of Three New Independent Directors to the Board of Directors and Adjournment of Annual Meeting
MusclePharm Corporation (OTCQB: MSLP) ("MusclePharm" or the "Company"), a scientifically driven, performance-lifestyle sports nutrition company, today announced the addition of three independent, highly qualified board members as a part of the Company's continued progress towards instituting best-in-class corporate governance practices. William J

Aegis Sciences Corporation Announces Play Again Now(TM) Is Aegis Shield CERTIFIED(R)

Uganda athletes undergo doping test ahead of Olympics
The World Anti-Doping Agency has carried out doping tests for body enhancing substances on Ugandan athletes heading to the Olympics in London this month.

I celebrated quietly with family after probe ended, says Lance Armstrong
Lance Armstrong has divulged that he felt relieved when the doping investigation against him was dropped, after a nearly two-year enquiry into the matter.

Green tea could aid athletes hide testosterone doping
Green tea could inadvertently help athletes who dope on testosterone as it has been found to mask the hormone's presence in urine testing.

Australian states expected to accept tough new match-fixing laws
Australian states are expected to agree to a tough national policy on match-fixing, but extradition law looms as a major challenge in the effort to crack down on the problem.

SAI suspends coaches among others for supporting athletes in doping
In the wake of eight athletes failing dope test, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has decided to take action against the tainted coaches and other support staff, whose roles have been under scanner.

Dope tested Mandeep Kaur claims innocence
Shamed after failing dope test conducted by the Indian Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF), athlete Mandeep Kaur today claimed that she is innocent as for the charges of her consuming the banned anabolic steroid.

Toure escapes with six-month ban for failed drugs test
Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has escaped with a six-month ban for his failed drugs test and will be able to play again just three weeks into the new season on September 2.

Sri Lankan boxer loses Commonwealth gold medal over failed drug test
Sri Lankan boxer Manju Wanniarachchi has lost his 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games gold medal after he failed a drugs test.

Toure's drug ban expected to be similar to rugby player Duckworth's verdict
Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has been given a hint of his possible punishment for failing a drugs test after York City Knights rugby league player Matty Duckworth ended up with a six-month ban for inadvertently breaching sporting drug laws.

Tour de France winner Alberto Contador receives one-year doping ban
The Spanish Cycling Federation (SCF) has handed Tour de France winner Alberto Contador a one-year ban for his positive drug test from the 2010 Tour de France.

Easing ban on doping drug clenbuterol to be considered
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is likely to consider relaxing the absolute ban on clenbuterol, a drug used illegally by athletes to build muscle.

Indian Govt. networks amongst victims of 'biggest cyber attack campaign' in past 5 years
Indian government networks were amongst the victims of the biggest organized cyber attack campaign in history during the past five years.

Doping scandal: Sports Ministry to bring new Bill in Monsoon Session
In the wake of the recently exposed doping scandal shaming the country, Sports Minister Ajay Maken on Monday said his ministry is planning to bring in a new Bill during the forthcoming Monsoon Session of Parliament to deal with the menace.

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