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  • E Cheraskin
  • 1996
BACKGROUND Although numerous studies have been published about the probable causes of age-related macular degeneration, arresting or preventing the disease continues to be an elusive goal. METHODS The professional literature is reviewed to provide an overview of the relationship of the antioxidants to disorders such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes,(More)
This report is designed to re-examine the use of our presently accepted normal laboratory levels for human serum zinc and copper and to suggest a technique, previously unreported in the literature, to more precisely understand the relationship of serum zinc and copper in health and disease. Data from a patient population of 95 and a healthy population of(More)
  • E Cheraskin
  • 1992
Almost every report on macular degeneration begins with a somber reminder that macular degeneration is the single most common cause of blindness in the elderly in the United States and Europe. Almost every report also confirms that there is no known successful approach to slowing, stopping, reversing, or preventing this syndrome. In the light of these(More)
Introduction Increasing attention is being directed to the relationship between carbohydrate consumption and cardiovascular disease. However, the principle focus is largely upon obvious disturbances in carbohydrate me­ tabolism (e.g. diabetes mellitus) and clas­ sical evidence of cardiovascular pathosis (i.e. ischemic heart disease). Because of their(More)
Clinical studies provide evidence that wound healing in subjects judged not deficient in vitamin C can be significantly accelerated with supplements of this nutrient above the recommended daily allowance (RDA). The authors administered daily dosages of 500 to 3,000 mg., which is roughly 8 to 50 times the RDA of 60 mg., to subjects recovering from surgery,(More)