February, 2011

Read the Stats – You’re Not Alone!

Raynaud’s Phenomenon: More Common Than You Think By Laurie Saloman Quality Health “…understand that Raynaud’s disease is far from rare. Estimates are that anywhere from five to 10 percent of people have it, with women nine times more likely to […]

Acute Ischemia in Raynaud’s Needs Urgent Care

By:  BRUCE JANCIN Internal Medicine News Digital Network   Persistent pain and nonreversible digital discoloration in a patient with Raynaud’s phenomenon are indicators of critical ischemia constituting a medical emergency. “Raynaud’s patients will often say, ‘My fingers are uncomfortable. I […]

Alison Levine – What an Inspiration!

One of our Fans on Facebook shared with us the story of Alison Levine, diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome at age 17 and Raynaud’s in her early 20’s.  Despite these disorders, she become team captain of the first American Women’s Everest Expedition. […]