Friday May 3
UCI provisionally suspend Marlon Perez
The UCI has announced that Colombian rider Marlon Alirio Perez Arango has been provisionally suspended after he returned analytical findings of metabolite GW1516 sulfone Metabolic Modulator and sibutramine in urine samples collected from him during tests at the Vuelta a Costa Rica on 19 and 26 December, 2012.
Woman Found With Fake Bills Trying to Pick Up Her Impounded Car: Cops
Jennifer Estes Hutto, who had been previously charged with having fake dollar bills, was rearrested when police found counterfeit bills in her purse, Winter Haven Police said.
US Food and Drug Administration
Tip-offs to Rip-offs: Don't Fall for Health Fraud Scams
You'll never see these warnings on health products, but that's what you ought to be thinking when you see claims like "miracle cure," "revolutionary scientific breakthrough," or "alternative to drugs or surgery." Health fraud scams have been around for hundreds of years.
Watch out for fake cure-alls, agency warns
The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers to be on the lookout for fraudulent drugs promising a "miracle cure" for weight loss or sexual performance.