May
05

Experts in Washington D.C. Examine the Steroid Epidemic

posted on May 5th 2017 in All Blogs & Current Events with 0 Comments

Hidden In Plain Sight

The Taylor Hooton Foundation hosted a forum in Washington, D.C. on April 27 to address the urgent need for progress in research, diagnosis and treatment of users of anabolic steroids, dietary supplements, and other Appearance and Performance Enhancing Substances. A number of the world’s experts on this topic gathered at the National Press Club to […]

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Mar
02

TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION FOUNDER APPLAUDS THE PUBLICATION OF BILL KASHATUS’ NEW BOOK, “SUICIDE SQUEEZE”

posted on March 2nd 2017 in All Blogs & Current Events & Taylor's Story with 0 Comments

Old Baseball and Bat

The tragic deaths of Taylor Hooton and Rob Garibaldi, because of their use of anabolic steroids, served as catalysts for the formation of the Taylor Hooton Foundation and have been documented in the new book, Suicide Squeeze (Temple University Press), by author and long-time educator, Bill Kashatus. “We are excited about the release of Bill […]

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Feb
10

Taylor’s Story: Part 1

posted on February 10th 2017 in All Blogs & Taylor's Story with 0 Comments

don-hooton-holds-picture-of-taylor

Taylor, my youngest son, was two weeks past his 17th birthday when he committed suicide. His mom found him hanging on the door in his bedroom with two belts fashioned into a noose. Taylor, a 6’3″, 175-pound pitcher at Plano West High School in Plano, TX, appeared to have everything a teenager could desire: popularity, […]

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Jan
20

The JAMA On Men’s Body Image Issues

posted on January 20th 2017 in All Blogs & Current Events with 0 Comments

Body Image weightlifting

Current Events: “More research is needed to address the critical health problems associated with the use of anabolic-androgenic steroids among American men.” When our son Taylor died in 2003, we had taken him to three different doctors in the weeks/months leading up to his death. A family physician, a dermatologist and a psychiatrist. Two of […]

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Jan
17

How big is the youth APED problem? Vol. 1

posted on January 17th 2017 in All Blogs & The APED Problem with 0 Comments

High School Basketball Team Playing Game

Market research shows that few adults are aware of the scope of the youth anabolic steroid problem. Most believe that steroid use is limited to professional athletes. Few are aware that so many of our high school and college students are actively using Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs (APEDs) like anabolic steroids and other similar […]

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