Recently I received a forwarded email with graphic images of a person with blood exuding from their eyes, nose and mouth, claiming that this fatality was caused by a combination of eating large amounts of vitamin C and prawns.
Is it true?
I quick search of clinical signs associated with acute arsenic toxicosis did not feature bleeding (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/20950314/).
In this day and age, I just really wonder why people are still out there, disseminating misinformation. It makes my blood boil!