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*  Vitamin C megadosage
Vitamin C is necessary for production of collagen and other biomolecules, and for the prevention of scurvy. Vitamin C is an ... pointing out that it is based on the known quantities that will prevent acute scurvy but is not necessarily the dosage for ... "rebound scurvy"), preoxidant effects, iron overload, reduced absorption of vitamin B12 and copper, increased oxygen demand, and ... Pauling's and Rath's extended theory states that deaths from scurvy in humans during the ice age, when vitamin C was scarce, ...
*  Scurvy
... or subclinical scurvy is caused by a deficiency of vitamin C. In modern Western societies, scurvy is rarely present in ... Deficiency causes scurvy in humans, and somewhat similar symptoms in other animals. In babies, scurvy is sometimes referred to ... In 1734, the Leiden-based physician Johann Bachstrom published a book on scurvy in which he stated, "scurvy is solely owing to ... Carpenter, K.J. (1986). The History of Scurvy and Vitamin C. Cambridge. Cegłowski, Maciej (7 March 2010). "Scott and Scurvy". ...
*  Scurvy weed
... is a common name for several flowering plants and may refer to: Commelina cyanea, native to Australia Commelina ...
*  Those Scurvy Rascals
Creators of Those Scurvy Rascals Entara: Owners of Those Scurvy Rascals Those Scurvy Rascals on IMDb. ... Those Scurvy Rascals is a children's animated series following the adventures of three underwear obsessed pirates. First aired ... those scurvy rascals! Pilot: Pant Island (2005) Pants Odyssey (2005) Pet Pants (2005) Pantartica (2005) The Great Pantcreas ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Nutritional and Metabolic Disorders: Vitamins and Minerals: Scurvy
Scurvy may be the oldest known dietary deficiency disease. A shortage of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) in the diet causes pain in ... Scurvy Isn't Cool Explains why teenagers are at risk, signs and symptoms, and why ascorbic acid is important. Includes pictures ... Scurvy may be the oldest known dietary deficiency disease. A shortage of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) in the diet causes pain in ... NHS Choices: Scurvy Information on this condition caused by a vitamin C deficiency in the diet including symptoms, diagnosis, ...
*  Daiquiri
Stephen R. Bown (2003). Scurvy. Thomas Dunne Books. p. 181. ISBN 0-312-31391-8. Hotchner, A. E. (2005). Papa Hemingway: A ...
*  Subconjunctival hemorrhage
Bruce M. Rothschild (December 17, 2008). "Scurvy". eMedicine.com. Retrieved 23 November 2010. Spitzer S. G; Luorno J.; Noël L. ... Subconjunctival hemorrhages in infants may be associated with scurvy (a vitamin C deficiency), abuse or traumatic asphyxia ...
*  List of hematologic conditions
Vorvick, MD, Linda (March 14, 2009). "Scurvy". Medline Plus. U.S. National Library of Medicine. Retrieved 1 March 2011. Hillman ...
*  Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion
Covers medical statistics; camp fevers [ typhus, etc.] and other miasmatic diseases; scurvy; diseases attributed to non- ...
*  Vitamin C
Scurvy leads to the formation of brown spots on the skin, spongy gums, and bleeding from all mucous membranes. The spots are ... Scurvy was known to Hippocrates in the classical era. The disease was shown to be prevented by citrus fruit in an early ... In advanced scurvy there are open, suppurating wounds and loss of teeth and, eventually, death. The human body can store only a ... The disease scurvy is caused by vitamin C deficiency and can be prevented and treated with vitamin C containing foods or ...
*  American Revolutionary War
"Scurvy". GARD. 5 June 2017. Retrieved 26 September 2016. Vale, Brian (2008). "The Conquest of Scurvy in the Royal Navy 1793- ... The greatest killer at sea was scurvy, a disease caused by vitamin C deficiency. It was not until 1795 that scurvy was ... The lack of fresh fruit and vegetables gave rise to scurvy, one of the biggest killers at sea. Rum was issued as part of a ...
*  List of wort plants
Scurvy grass. Springwort - Euphorbia lathyris. Caper spurge. Spurwort - Sherardia arvensis. Field madder. Stabwort - Wood ...
*  Marquesan Dog
Scurvy curs! they were my abhorrence; I should have liked nothing better than to have been the death of every one of them. In ...
*  Malnutrition in South Africa
1999). Adult scurvy. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 41:895-906, cited by "Scurvy."DermNet New Zealand.12 June ... Scurvy, a disease that develops from an extended shortage of Vitamin C, has previously been found prevalent in certain South ... Van der Merwe, A. E.; M. Steyn; G. J. R. Maat (May-June 2010). "Adult Scurvy in Skeletal Remains of Late 19th Century ...
*  Daffy's Elixir
Dropsy and Scurvy. The frequent use of the medicine to treat Colic, gripes or fret in horses was deplored in early veterinary ...
*  Lepidium oleraceum
Cook's scurvy grass". Landcare research. Retrieved 2 April 2012. "Flora of New Zealand: Taxa". Retrieved 28 April 2008. "Amey ... Lange, P.J.; D.A. Norton (1996). "To what New Zealand plant does the vernacular 'scurvy grass' refer?" (PDF). New Zealand ... Its English common name is Cook's scurvy grass; Māori names include nau, ngau, naunau and heketara. There are three recognised ... the other place I landed at was the north point of the Bay where I got as much Sellery and Scurvy grass as loaded the Boat". ...
*  James Lancaster
"Sailors' scurvy before and after James Lind-a reassessment" (PDF). Nutrition Reviews. 67 (6): 315-332. doi:10.1111/j.1753- ... His fleet of four ships departed Torbay in southwest England on 21 April 1601, and scurvy began appearing in three of the ships ... Tickner, F.J. & V.C. Medvei (1958). "Scurvy and the health of European crews in the Indian Ocean in the seventeenth century". ... Lind, James (1965). "Treatise of the Scurvy". In Lloyd, Christopher. The Health of Seamen:Selections from the Works of Dr. ...
*  Axel Höjer
1961 Studies in scurvy. 1924 Dealing with alcohol in eight theses: A word to the youth in 1941 What I think about Alcohol. 1938 ... He submitted his thesis in Stockholm in 1924 for PhD degree as Studies in scurvy, and then became the Associate Professor of ...
*  Aneda
Scurvy". Retrieved 2008-01-23. Martini E (2002). "Jacques Cartier witnesses a treatment for scurvy". Vesalius. 8 (1): 2-6. PMID ... Egon H. Kodicek, Frank G. Young (Jun 1969). "Captain Cook and Scurvy". Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London. 24 (1 ... was used by Jacques Cartier and his men as a remedy against scurvy in the winter of 1535-1536. It is generally believed to have ...
*  Alfred Fabian Hess
Scurvy, past and present. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott, 1920. Hess AF (February 1922). "The Prevention and Cure of Rickets by ... He showed that the missing factor in scurvy was present in citrus fruits and tomatoes, also demonstrating that some dried milk ... was an American physician known for his work on the role of nutrition in scurvy and rickets and for describing the Hess test. ...
*  James Wood (encyclopaedist)
Stirling 1902, p.ix OCLC 57460139 Wilson, P. J. E. (14 January 1984). "Points: Definition of scurvy". British Medical Journal ( ...
*  Portencross
Species recorded included sea arrowgrass (Triglochin maritima); sea sandwort (Honkenya peploides); scurvy-grass (Cochlearia ...
*  Whaling in the Sea of Okhotsk
They also got scurvy. Desertions were common. Those who were caught were flogged or put in irons. Hungry deserters asked if ... She was left with four caretakers, all of who died of scurvy. After this, schooners were left untended for the winter, and in ...
*  USS St. Mary's (1844)
In June, scurvy struck; but attempts were made to destroy Mexican gunboats and impede the reinforcement of the town's defenses ...
*  HMS Infernal (1757)
p. 3. Ware 1994, p. 46 Lind, James (1965). "Treatise of the Scurvy". In Lloyd, Christopher. The Health of Seamen:Selections ...