Study: More teens using muscle enhancing products
A newly-released study shows that more teenagers are using muscle-enhancing products to get an edge in sports.
The study finds one in three teen boys is using protein powders to build muscle mass and six percent of teen boys admit to using steroids.
Among girls, 21 percent say they use protein powers and shakes.
The new study appeared Monday in the journal "Pediatrics."
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