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Kratom in sports: Is this a growing issue?

By Stephen Daniells

A new paper in Drug Testing & Analysis calls for increased vigilance from anti-doping testing labs after four samples from athletes in strength sports tested positive in 2015.

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ABC, AHPA urge officials to refrain from banning kratom constituents

By Hank Schultz

The American Botanical Council and the American Herbal Products Association have urged the DEA to back off its plan to ban kratom. The groups took slightly different tacks in their comments, with ABC focusing on how the move could restrain research while...

DASCA heads to the White House for President’s signature

CRN hails passage of bill as ‘welcome protection against criminal outliers’

DASCA heads to the White House for President’s signature

By Stephen Daniells

The Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act has passed Congress and will now be sent to the President’s office to be signed into law. The result is being hailed by the industry.

Designer Steroid Control Act introduced in the House

Designer Steroid Control Act introduced in the House

By Stephen DANIELLS

Reps. Joe Pitts (R-PA) and Frank Pallone (D-NJ) have introduced the Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act (DASCA) of 2014 in the US House of Representatives, serving as a companion bill to S. 2012, legislation introduced in the Senate in February.

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