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Jeter brushes off Bayless’ HGH insinuation – San Francisco Chronicle

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Jeter brushes off Bayless' HGH insinuation
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CHICAGO (AP) — Derek Jeter brushed off comments by ESPN analyst Skip Bayless, who raised the possibility the star shortstop may have revived his career by taking Human Growth Hormone. Bayless made his comments on “First Take” on a day that former Cy
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Investigation of the ‘long life’ hormone; forensics mystery; CM of the week: Kagome

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A new obsession in Japan is something called the “long life” (chōju) hormone, a naturally occurring chemical that prolongs the life of the person who produces it. The medical variety show “Shujii ga Mitsukaru Shinryojo” (“The Clinic Where You Can Find Your Own Home Doctor”; TV Tokyo, Mon., 8 p.m.) explains how you can increase your production of the chōju hormone. It helps if you’re female, since women produce more, as evidenced by the tendency for them to live longer than men.
Also on the show, theater actor Tomio Umezawa, who on a previous episode pledged to quit smoking, reveals that he only lasted five days and pleads with the resident physicians to help him stop for good.

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