December, 2015

Nutritional Approaches to Raynaud’s

By Michael Wald, M.D. As we know, Raynaud’s phenomenon is a common and painful condition that results in varying degrees of ischemia, or lack of blood supply, in the fingers and/or toes. Raynaud’s often involves the immune system and always […]

Raynaud’s Member Tips – Winter 2016

Gina (Facebook Fan)  offered a very creative solution for cold feet – a sous vide machine.  These are food cooking water ovens used by high-end restaurants that only recently have been priced for home cooking.  What Gina figured out is that since […]

We Need a Warm Helping Hand!

We’re a small organization with a big mission:  A large majority (80%) of the over 15 million people estimated to be afflicted with Raynaud’s are unaware that their pain and discomfort has a medical explanation. This lack of awareness is […]

Raynaud’s Coping Tips for Runners

Runner’s World has an Ask the Sports Doc section, and this season the question was asked:  “After running in the cold, my fingers get swollen, feel numb, and turn white. It seems to take forever for them to warm up. My […]