Get some insights about the use of nutritional supplements and view real life stories in USADA’s 411 Supplements website:

A WHO initiative to promote health-enhancing physical activity telling us that adding physical activity in our lives can save 1370 deaths globally every single day!

Take a look at ALPHA (Athlete Learning Program about Health and Anti-Doping), WADA’s innovative, online and easy-to-use anti-doping program:

Europe Active is a not-for-profit organization committed to the promotion of physical activity for health promoting purposes. You will find a lot of useful resources about the benefits of physical activity and exercise and the issue of doping in fitness and amateur sports by simply clicking on the following link:

Informed-Sport is a certification programme for sports supplements, raw materials, and manufacturing facilities, which assure athletes that products carrying the Informed-Sport mark have been regularly tested for substances considered prohibited in sport. In addition, Informed-Sport also ensures products have been manufactured to high quality standards.

ASADA eLearning is educating competitive athletes and support personnel about anti-doping issues:

AIS Sports Supplement Framework informs competitive athletes about supplements and sports foods:

Check Your Substances helps competitive athletes to check their medication:

Canadian Anti-Doping Program is trying to educate competitive athletes subject to doping control:

Mærkningsordning i fitnesscentre is extending doping control to commercial gyms:

Gemeinsam gegen Doping targets young competitive athletes:

Alles geben nichts nehmen: Athletes’ entourage & Educators

Palestre Sicure for recreational gym users, exercisers and gym owners and trainers:

Purosangue is an international project of Supportive Running, active in Italy and Africa since 2011, spreading the culture of clean and social sports. It collaborates with associations, companies, institutions, sports events and athletes by promoting a new vision of running:

‘Born to Run’ is the world’s first mobile game to promote clean sport, launched by Antidoping Switzerland, NADA Germany and NADA Austria. The mobile game ‘Born to Run’ is a major joint project between the three German-speaking agencies for doping prevention:

Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs (IPED) developed by Public Health Wales, in conjunction with partners at the Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University, aims to provide reliable and evidence based information and advice to reduce the harms associated with the use of IPEDs:

100% me supports, informs and educates athletes throughout their careers by providing anti-doping advice and guidance:

FRANK offer individual advice through helpline to parents, teachers & young people about drugs, tobacco and alcohol use:

Global Drug Survey / The Highway Code is reporting the results of the survey which may provide some guidance in reducing the risk of harm of drug use:

Informed-Sport is a quality assurance program for sports nutrition products, suppliers to the sports nutrition industry, and supplement manufacturing facilities:

WEDINOS tests substances to give individual users and others rapid and accurate information to reduce harms:

Exchange Supplies is a social enterprise that targets general population:

The United Kingdom Harm Reduction Alliance UKHRA is a campaigning coalition of drug users, health and social care workers, criminal justice workers and educationalists that aims to put public health and human rights at the centre of drug treatment and service provision for drug users:

The Global Drug Reference Online (Global DRO) provides athletes and support personnel with information about the prohibited status of specific medications based on the current World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List:

The goal of the Human Enhancement Drug website is to provide evidence-based information on the growing field of human enhancement drugs:

KFx Learning of Substance provide drugs education resources, training and other tools to help general population and public health / social service workers:

The ATHENA (Athletes Targeting Healthy Exercise & Nutrition Alternatives) program advocates healthy eating habits and the avoidance of body-enhancing substances among middle and high school female athletes: is an independent encyclopedia on supplementation and nutrition:

The Body Project is a cognitive-dissonance-based body acceptance intervention that was designed to help adolescent girls and young women resist sociocultural pressures to conform to the thin-ideal and reduce their pursuit of thinness:

Just Think Twice is a United States Government, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) website that informs general population about substance use, including steroids:

NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse is informing general population about steroid use:

William Llwellyn’s is an online library for articles and research about anabolic substances:

Ergo-Log uses news collection to inform the general population about ergogenic aid:

The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) is the reference point on drugs and drug addiction information in Europe. Has specific areas for drug interventions including family, students, partygoers etc.:

Mick Hart webpage provides information and a personal view on steroid use:

MuscleTalk is a UK Bodybuilding, Strength and Fitness discussion forum: