The Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell University reports it’s official: This has been the hottest year on record in the Northeast region!
Several years ago we reported some promising research at Ohio State studying alpha-2C receptors found on the surface of the cells in our blood vessels as a clue to finding preventative treatments for Raynaud’s sufferers. That research goes back about […]
You know the feeling – it’s so hot outside even Raynaud’s sufferers are wilting, but at work the air conditioning brings on the artic chills (brrrr!). How do we dress for work under these conditions, still look stylish, and not […]
The Raynaud’s Association proudly welcomes Maureen D. Mayes, M.D., M.P.H., the world-renowned rheumatologist and medical researcher, to our Medical Advisory Board. Dr. Mayes is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunogenetics at the University of […]