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A Body to Die For: The Aaron Henry Story 

Aaron Henry is a high school football player who constantly pushes himself to be the best. When working out at the gym trying to build up definition, he meets Bryce, who turns him on to ... See full summary »

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Aaron Henry is a high school football player who constantly pushes himself to be the best. When working out at the gym trying to build up definition, he meets Bryce, who turns him on to using steroids to give him the body he wants. When Aaron starts seeing results, He steals money from his mother to pay Bryce for more steroids. Aaron starts developing "roid rage" and goes crazy at the simplest of things, and he pays the price for it. Written by Pat McCurry

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23 March 1994 (USA)  »

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11 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A study of the National Football League reported that through the 1970's and 1980's approximately 75-90% of all players used Anabolic Steroids. Furthermore, 65-75% of the New York Jets and "at least 50% of the big guys" on the Oakland Raiders used Steroids. Additionally, In 2001 approximately 15% of admitted steroid users in the NCAA admitted to starting experimenting with anabolic steroids as early as junior high school. 40% of them reported that they started in High school. In a separate study, 11.1% of male high school students reported to have used Anabolic steroids. Finally, a widespread USA study in 1995 revealed that around 2.26% of children 14 years old reported using steroids.

I just wanted to throw out a number or two but when they didn't let me post it because the message was too short I added a couple more.


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