According to Wilson, damage occurs on a cellular level through an oxidated process or a process in the mitochondrial cells that turns oxygen, taken in through breathing, into energy. When the process is hindered through a heart attack or a stroke, Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) are created. The chief place that these ROS are produced is in the energy factory of the body.
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“In my early years, I covered the police beat, the court system, city and county commissions, the school board and general assignments,” said Showers, the 2013 Nappie award winner for Best Anchor. He said chasing sirens remains his favorite thing about the profession.
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