Researchers confirm women's hands are colder than men's, and may help explain why women are more likely to suffer from Raynaud's.
Exciting news for Frosties: A clinical study is underway for a new Raynaud’s drug that could be the first FDA-approved drug specifically for Raynaud’s.
Is it possible to train for cold tolerance? It appears there's some promise on cold therapy for people with Raynaud's.
Cocoa-loving Frosties wanted to help us evaluate the potential benefits of cocoa flavanols specifically for Raynaud’s sufferers.
Here's an update on a Raynaud’s therapy known as Classical Conditioning. Research and technology have improved making the technique now more viable.