My alternate title: Studies show that HGH doesn't help. Same studies also show that HGH doesn't NOT help. Wait, what?
Here's what happens. Stanford puts together a study and Mercury News reports it. Right there in the article, the researchers admit that this barely applies to professional athletes:
"This study summarizes what we know to date," he said. "If we really want to answer the question, 'How do you hit a baseball further,' we need to understand how athletes take this and other agents."
But then what happens?
Somebody gets an agenda and then links to some key quotes within the article and titles their own blog post something like... oh... say... The HGH Myth. And then adds commentary like:
by Bryan Tsao
March 18, 2008
Craig Calcaterra points us to new Stanford study that finds HGH to not improve muscle performance.
Therefore, I'll conclude from reading the same article that HGH absolutely, and obviously, has been scientifically proven to increase performance in baseball players by as much as 73%. You can use that how you like.