White, blue fingers may mean more than a sign of cold weather

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    Lynn WundermanFrostie
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    This article quotes Raynaud’s affecting up to 15% of the population – highest number we’ve seen!

    White, blue fingers may mean more than a sign of cold weather

    Cold, and white fingers and toes may be more serious than you think. Raynaud’s Syndrome is a disorder that causes parts of the body, mostly fingers and toes, to turn white when it’s cold outside. Small arteries in the fingers and toes begin to narrow, limiting blood circulation.

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