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Department
Health Studies
Course
HLTB21H3
Professor
Caroline Barakat
Semester
Winter

Description
Disease Plagues Pallagara (Red disease) Beriberi (White rice plague) Scurvy (explorers disease) Rickets without germs th Historical Context Spain 1735 1616: neurological disorder 15 century: early records Old disease Pella agra Italian for characterized by paralysis 16 century: men in sea 1650: epidemic in England skin rough of hands and feet Late 19 century: the voyages were noted to have 1909: Epidemic in US (26 Early 1900s: Eijkman did gums that grew over their disease was restricted to States) chicken study and teeth could not eat industrial cities: Scotland, 1912: high fatality (SA-40%) established: disease is not death England, N-Europe th 20 century: 3M cases in germ-related 18 century: James lind US and 1000 deaths 1926: deficiency in did the first controlled NOT POOR DIET, IT IS thiamine (Vitamin B1) clinical trial: disease was DUE TO AIR POLLUTION Old belief: INFECTIOUS related to nutrition and disease of the poor lemon juice intake 19 century: Outbreaks in 1939: evidence established Ireland, California, and NY that it was die to niacin- deficiency (Vitamin B3) Epidemiology 1730-1930: 1 million deaths
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