Friends of the Anti-Scurvy Cause
websites below have been invaluable in helping us to get the word out
about LimeStrong, Scurvy
Awareness Day, and our guiding mission to eradicate Scurvy! Why not check them out?
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LimeStrong on your blog, website, MySpace page or any
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The World Health Organization
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.
Dave Barry's Official Blog
Dave Barry, the Pulitzer Prize-winning, internationally
syndicated columnist, and infamous supporter of all causes
Piratical recently took time to help bring awareness to
International Scurvy Awareness Day!
Talk Like A Pirate Day!
The brave souls over at the Official and Original TLAPD website have jumped
all over the cause
in the hope of one day being able to show the world that it
is possible to be both a Pirate & Scurvy Free!
No Quarter Given
No Quarter Given is the premier Pirate re-enactors' online
magazine, but more than that they have also taken time to
spread the word that Scurvy is still running rampant.
The Pyrates Way Magazine
The Pyrates Way Magazine has been supportive of our cause
from the very beginning. Their support and exposure
has helped us to bring awareness to countless scurvy laden
The Piratz Tavern in Silver Spring, Maryland was one of the
very first bars to hold an offical Scurvy Awareness Day celebration.
Pirate Portraits N Treasures
Tiger Lee skirts the edge of society as the premier Pirate
photographer of the seven seas and a columnist for Pirates
Magazine called "A Siren's Call". If you have never seen his
website (click the title above) or visiterd his blog at
insearchofpiratewenches.blogspot.com you are missing out!
Health challenges for research in the 21st century
A brilliant overview
delivered by David E. Barmes of the World Health
Organization, discussing the current challenges
facing medical progress in the world today, citing the
history and current state of Scurvy in the world today.
Pirate and Nautical History, Pirate Biographies and great
information about the seafarers that helped to discover the
cure for Scurvy! Also has a large collection (150+)
Pirate biographies, info on Weapons, Ships, Music, Knots,
Sailing, History, and more.