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  • Middle-aged men are taking steroids to look younger
  • Middle-aged men are taking steroids to look younger
    Vadim Timoshkin (2017) ©
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Middle-aged men are taking steroids to look younger

What comes to mind when you think of a steroid user? A muscular, body building frat boy? How about a middle-aged dad? As the pressure to look good increases, men in their 40s and 50s are taking steroids to ensure their appearance matches how they feel.

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