Patient Shows Signs of Raynaud’s Disease in Tongue

Raynaud’s disease, a phenomenon characterized by a person’s body feeling numb or cold, particularly in their fingers and toes, has now shown signs in the tongue of one woman, according to a recent study. While symptoms presented in the hands and feet can be mitigated...

Transitioning Into Cooler Weather

While the transition from summer to fall can be disheartening for some, people with Raynaud’s syndrome face a whole new seasonal set of issues. As the colder weather affects those with Raynaud’s more acutely, engaging certain techniques and keeping the right tools...