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  • Answer: A low vitamin deficiency or it is in guinea pigs
  • Answer: Scurvy causes gums that are spongy, pots on the skin and bleeding from their mucous membrane(at the nostrils, mouth, lips, eyelids and ears). A person with scurvy also looks pale, is immobilized, can feel depressed, and in advanced cases causes loss of teeth and open wounds.
  • Answer: Vitamin C deficiency causes scurvy.
  • Answer: mostly elderly people or achoholics get scurvy. Also people who live in not very developed countries such as Africa, can get scurvy because of all the famines there.
  • Answer: scurvy is a disease that is caused by lack of vitamin C
  • Answer: You can get scurvy if you do not get enough vitamin C. This can be prevented by eating different citrus fruits or taking a daily multivitamin. In fact, the only creatures on earth that are capable of getting scurvy are humans and guinea pigs.
  • Answer: anyone who does not have enough vitamin c, you get it from not eating enough fruit mostly. That is why pirates got is so often, because they very rarely could obtain enough fruits while traveling because fruit goes bad so quick.
  • Answer: Scurvy is caused by the lack of vitamin C.

  • Answer: If left untreated people can die from scurvy. However, treatments is as simple as giving vitamin c (ascorbic acid) thus death from scurvy is rare in developed nations.Who wrote the thingat the top? Scurvy KILLS YOU
  • Answer: lack of Vitamin C
  • Answer: through vitamin c helping to stop scurvy
  • Answer: Yes, scurvy is a painful condition. If left untreated, a personwill develop bone pain due to bleeding in the joints.
  • Answer: No scurvy is a nutritional deficiency state caused by a lack of vitamin C in the diet. Only small consistent amounts of oral vitamin C are needed to prevent or treat this.
  • Answer: Scurvy is a disease caused by vitamin C deficiency. The disease is evidenced by swollen, bleeding gums.
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  • Answer: elderly and alcholics
  • Answer: It is actually more common in western society than most people and even doctors know. it can happen on people with poor diets who virtually never eat any fruit and often presents with a rash rather than gum bleeding.
  • Answer: every 5th person you see in the world most likely has scurvy
  • Answer: Yes they do, especially in poor diets in developing countries. But there are treatments to heal it now, as it is simply a lack of Vitamin C, found in citrus fruits and red cabbage. Vitamin C is needed to produce collagen in the body.

    In the 1400s, scurvy caused many people to die. In the 1740s, the Iroquois got a treatment from the French to heal scurvy. The disease results in weakness, loss of teeth, skin sores, jaundice, and nervous system disorders.
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  • Answer: Not getting enough vitamin C
  • Answer: You need to eat lots of fruit and vegetables, especially oranges!
  • Answer: By not eating fruit
  • Answer: Well you would have weakening skin or loss of teeth
  • Answer: Scurvy is vitamin c deficiency. Ascorbic acid is important to the formation of collagen. Symptoms or characteristics of scurvy are gum bleeding, soreness or stiffness of the joints and lower extremities and also slow healing of wound.
  • Answer: Scurvy is a disease caused by a Vitamin C deficiency. It was common among early sailing ship crews who did not have a source of Vitamin C in their diets during long voyages.

    Scurvy presents itself as swollen bleeding gums and the opening of previously healed wounds. It was a particular problem among sailors in the days of sailing ships as they had no fresh food for long periods of their voyages. The British discovered that consumption of citrus fruits - particularly limes - could prevent this disease. The Royal Navy began issuing sailors with a ration of limes, which led to the British in general being referred to as "limeys".

    James Lind (1716-1794) was the one who insisted that the British use lemons to combat the disease, but the Royal Navy did not heed his advice right away. When limes were first used, the disease did not have a name, nor did they know what caused it.
    Scurvy is a disease caused by deficiency of Vitamin C in the human body.