Show: August 5, 2012:
- Are new diet drugs worthy of FDA approval?
- What types of cereals are targeted towards children?
- What is the purpose behind plans to launch rapid HIV testing centers?
- What is the impact of teens’ first sexual partners later in life?
- How does work-related stress extend into your home life?
- Is drug testing extensive enough at the Olympics?
- Should high school athletes be mandated to undergo heart screenings?
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Is drug testing extensive enough at the Olympics?
Interview: Alan Rogol, M.D., Ph.D., pediatric endocrinologist.
The International Olympic Committee predicts that more than 5,000 drug tests will be performed over the course of the 2012 Olympic trials and games. Alan Rogol, M.D., Ph.D., a pediatric endocrinologist at Riley Hospital for Children of IU Health, explains the process behind athlete drug testing and the compounds found in positive doping results.