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Weight lifters often use supplements and drugs to enhance their appearance or performance. In which scenario is the weight lifter placing himself or herself at the greatest risk for harm? A. An
overweight high school football player is using caffeine to combat fatigue during his workouts. B. A thin high school lacrosse player is using creatine to improve performance on the field. C. A healthy high school wrestler is using anabolic steroids to build muscle mass. D. A normal high school student is using one daily protein supplement to build muscle.
C. A healthy high school wrestler is using anabolic steroids to build muscle mass. Though creatine is not healthy to take without a prescription, the consequences of using steroids would be worse, healthy or not. Creatine is relatively safe in comparison to steroids.
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C. A healthy high school wrestler is using anabolic steroids to build muscle mass.

Though creatine is not healthy to take without a prescription, the consequences of using steroids would be worse, healthy or not. Creatine is relatively safe in comparison to steroids.
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