scurvy


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Linus Pauling, PhD, championed a nutritional treatment for CVD/chronic scurvy called Pauling Therapy.
Many Franklin scholars believe from the description that the surviving crews were suffering from scurvy and possibly lead poisoning (Nourse and Hall, 1879; Beesly, 1881; Cyriax, 1939; Lamb, 1956; Kowal et al.
A disease of the present: scurvy in "well-nourished" patients.
His parents thought Dylan was suffering from growing pains - but he was actually dying of scurvy.
She was previously quoted as saying she eats only "nuts and crisps", but Joanna Lumley assures 3am she won't be getting scurvy any time soon.
1 LEMONS are high in vitamin C - sailors consumed them on long voyages to prevent scurvy.
1 LEMO NS are high in vitamin C - sailors consumed them on long voyages to prevent scurvy.
Open ruling on scurvy boy death case AN eight-year-old boy died of scurvy, a coroner has ruled.
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XTutrition science began with the study of individual nutrients, with an emphasis on preventing deficiencies, such as vitamin C deficiency, which results in scurvy.
Did you know Scots' inventions range from the Bank of England to a cure for scurvy.
Also celebrating was Alban Muller, International, which took home the top honor in the new Green Ingredient Award (in association with Organic Monitor) for its Scurvy Grass Extract, a 100% natural extract of the Scurvy Grass plant, which is rich in vitamin C.