People might argue otherwise but taking drugs to better your performance is sports can relate to a student cheating on a test without even studying for it, while other students put in the effort to study hard so they can try to earn a good grade. The use of cheating to benefit is unfair to those who put in the time and effort. However, Performance enhancing drugs have been around where it was used by the greeks in ancient times, sadly the effects of ped hasn 't changed, and athletes to this day still use it too better their performance. For example, Barry Bonds was one of baseballs best hitters ever, putting up video game stats and holding records. Unfortunately Bonds was in the 2007 scandal of using
Topic Overview Everything in this world is governed by rules and regulations in order to have a disciplinary approach. People who follow and obey these rules are succeeded whereas those who transgress them will face the downfall. Sports are also conducted with these rules that serve to ensure a fair competition and allow consistent arbitrating of the winner. However sports, like any other element is not being saved from the corruption.
The general argument made by Paul Waldman in his work, “The Case For Banning Guns,” is that gun control should be put into effect and certain firearms should be banned. More specifically, Waldman argues that abandoning these guns could decrease mass shootings and make America a much safer environment. He writes, “Yes, I’d like to ban guns. Almost all of them, at least the ones in private hands.” In this passage, Paul is suggesting that the United States would be much better off abandoning these weapons that leave communities with so much blood and gore.
If people didn't judge someone because of their skin color, there wouldn't be so many shootings involved. When people see Jus they think he is a thug but what they don't know is that he got a full scholarship to Braselton Preparatory Academy. People should never judge someone just from their skin color because you don't know who that person is and what they have gone through. You just look at a person and automatically assume that they are bad when you know nothing about them. The people that have been judged because of their skin color now know that there will always be someone to bring you down but you have to keep your head high and not look
Should football be banned because of injuries if Football was banned there would a lot of said players of football and fans. People are trying to ban football because of to many injuries. While football is a contact sport contact means injures what critics say jut supporters say New helmet technology is being made to stop head injuries,If football was banned many jobs would be lost like trainers and coaches and the players themself American football is too dangerous, and it should be abolished) Supporters state that football should not be banned . Critics state football should be banned because too many injuries . Key issues this this debate include: football will lose many jobs, and Money will be lost To begin When it comes to Football will lose many jobs supporters of ( football should be banned) believe Say that they should be able to find a job easy.. [1-2 sentences of supporting details from sources-] (Rollason, Will. "
According to ProCon.org, “Anti-doping programs seek to preserve what is intrinsically valuable about sport. This intrinsic value is often referred to as 'the spirit of sport…” (Top 10 Pro). This article states that the programs that prevent the use of steroids promote the fair play, ethics, and honesty that make up sports. Moreover, as stated by WADA, the World Anti Doping Agency, “Doping, the use of artificial enhancements to gain an advantage over others in competition, is cheating and is fundamentally contrary to the spirit of sport”(WADA).
They think it perhaps is “interesting.” How is it interesting if players are risking their health for a league to make a huge commission. This is a reason why football should be banned for people of all ages. Violence is not the answer to anything. It has been proven through studies.
Dr. James Rachels, in his article “Active and Passive Euthanasia” criticizes the AMA because he believes that passive euthanasia is just as worse as active euthanasia so you should either be for both or against both. His first argument against the AMA’s statement is that if the reason to end someone’s life is to put them out of their pain because there are not any further treatments to alleviate the pain then obviously it would be best to use the method that would end their life the fastest without causing pain. Thus, active euthanasia like a lethal injection would satisfy this reasoning much better than a passive euthanasia method such as a patient refusing treatment and suffering until they die. If you support passive euthanasia for this justification then according to this argument it would not make sense if you do not also support active euthanasia. His second argument is that he believes the AMA’s statement shows that choices in life and death situations are determined with inapplicable points.
Where is the line drawn between competition and aggression? Weinberg and Gould (2015, P.108) explored how it is not competition alone that arouses aggression, but the focus on doing whatever it takes to win “even when this means unfair play or injuring an opponent.” Although competition can be healthy and can teach people to work together to strive for mutual goals, without a doubt it can also skew a coach’s ethics. Foul play and cheating such as use of anabolic steroids, doping, corrupt referees/judges, bribing, violence (e.g. biting) and even medication, have become commonplace in sports competitions worldwide.
Initial Literature Review Although steroids may be used by professional body builders to enhance their physique, however their use is also considered illicit, not only by students but by sporting professionals. This is why non-medical use of anabolic steroids is illegal and banned by most, if not all, major sports organizations. Still, some athletes persist in taking them, causing an unfair advantage. But beyond the issues of popularity or legality is the fact that anabolic steroids may cause serious long term health and psychological side effects.
I do not believe that steroids should be legalized in competition because it would give an unfair advantage to those who choose to use the drug. For the athletes that choose no to use the drug, they are more likely to lose. Steroids are already used for what they need to be used for legally. Currently, in medicine, they are a medication used to treat certain conditions. They are legally used for a good reason and when someone abuses them for the wrong reasons, than it becomes an addictive drug.
The athletes beg the health care provider to allow them to return to the game when really, there is much more at stake. Most coaches just tell the kid to shrug it off and return to the game, which is totally unacceptable. The athlete may not realize that this has gone from a sudden injury to a potentially life changing one. Some may say that the health care officials have the knowledge and know what 's best for the greater good of the patient. Also, the helmets have been made to absorb shock, but even so, why risk it?
Sports are entertaining because they portray the pinnacle of raw human ability. They mix natural talent with hard work, and produce something normal people can connect with because the athletes playing them are somewhat normal; they are relatable to some degree. Biomedical enhancements would tarnish this element of sports: they would no longer be relatable. If the players are competing with enhancements, it takes the human element out of the game, it would make it seem more distant, less genuine, and therefore, less entertaining.
While many believe that assisted suicide is morally wrong and violates the basic tenets of medicine, people should be able to die with dignity and stop their suffering to let them die happier. Assisted suicide has been a big controversy lately and I think it is a good thing to make legal. Terminally sick people should be able to end their pain and suffering.
Some readers may feel that this editorial actually is not persuasive because meth is a terrible drug that should be kept illegal and more people would try meth if it becomes legal. But in reality, legalizing meth reveals that the editorial is effective because if we kept the drug illegal that still would not stop a person from desiring and acquiring meth and more people would not try meth because if a person wanted to try meth they would have done it before it became