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One of the most shocking statements made by the study’s authors about teen drug use and social media was, “With … cameras on every cell phone capturing every facet of life, it is no wonder that pictures of teens using drugs and alcohol are making there way onto social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.” Further, it was “discovered that a staggering three-quarters of teens between the ages of 12 and 17 years old admitted that seeing photos of fellow classmates using drugs on social media encouraged them to do the same.”

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[ Editor's Note: Chryste Gaines, MBA, Olympic gold and bronze medal sprinter and former teammate of Marion Jones in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, stated the following in a Dec. 22, 2008 email to in response to the IOC ruling:

"We are being unfairly punished. If the drug testing agencies cannot determine if an athlete is taking performance enhancing drugs how are the teammates supposed to know?... It negates all the family functions, church functions, and social events we missed in the name of winning an Olympic medal." ]

Documentary steroid abuse

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