29 Nov '13, 7am

@Digger_forum yes he does.Most if his group are very unwell and need there TUE's, poor fast sick kids

@Digger_forum yes he does.Most if his group are very unwell and need there TUE's, poor fast sick kids

by: Weldon Johnson, LetsRun.com April 10, 2013 The Wall Street Journal today has a full backpage article titled “US Track’s Unconvential Physician” on Dr. Jeffrey Brown who has diagnosed many track and field athletes, including Galen Rupp, Ryan Hall and Carl Lewis with hypothyroidism. The article indicated Dr. Brown is unconventional because “several endocrinology leaders have never heard of hypothyroidism striking young athletes.”* The articles delicately discusses the issue noting that the hypothyroid athletes are usually prescribed levothyroxine. The article says “that drug is not a banned substance by the World Anti-Doping Agency and by all accounts has never been shown to enhance performance. Taking it required no disclosure, and no permission from anti-doping authorities.” Then the article says, “But in the wake of doping scandals all across the sporting world, athle...

Full article: http://www.letsrun.com/2013/04/hypothyroidism-the-wall-st...

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The Klingenberg Wall

greenbuildingadvisor.com 29 Nov '13, 11am

I asked John Straube whether the Klingenberg wall would work in Texas or Florida. “You would need to worry about what the ...