Answer: No other direct diseases and symptoms apart from the ones of Scurvy are proven to be caused by Vitamin C deficiency. There are researches though suggesting general higher mortality between people who have lower intake of vitamin C. Vitamin C also decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Answer: Yes they did. They added limes to their diet. Because of this, sailors are called "Limeys". This was because of the defieciency of the vitamin C in their diet. See the related link for more information.
Answer: Scurvy is due to a lack of dietary vitamin C. It is theoretically possible to not have the enzymes needed to use vitamin C, but it would not cause scurvy because without these enzymes the fetus would die within the womb well before the baby was born.
Answer: You cut off the infected limb before the infection reaches the vital organs an kills you.Scurvy can be prevented by eating foods such as oranges,strawberries, lemon) or by taking vitamin C tablets
Answer: Not directly, Vitamin C will prevent scurvey, so if raw vegitables have higher levels of vitamin C for being raw, then, sort of yes. Vegitables typically do have some amount of vitamin C. Eating fruit (typically raw) will indeed boost vitamin C, so yes.
Answer: Anything with vitamin C. The English are known as limeys because they brought large amounts of limes on board their ships, these limes had a lot of vitamin C which prevents scurvy. BTW scurvy is a vitamin deficiency, so the best treatment for any vitamin deficiency is to give the person that vitamin.
How much vitamin c do you need to take to prevent scurvy?