Engineering students at the University of Sussex were given the project to design products that solve real problems. Student Diane McSweeney designed Pulse jewelry that uses heat to ease the aches and pains of conditions such as rheumatism and Raynaud’s phenomenon. [Read more...]
This article associates Raynaud’s with slower nail growth. This is the first time we’ve seen a link between the two. Do any of you find your nails growing slower since becoming aware of your Raynaud’s condition?
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