Lisa Cuffe thought her fingers turning purple when chilled was normal until a school nurse declared “You have Raynaud's disease."
This year's Raynaud's Awareness Month promotes that freezing hands, extremities turning colors, and pain holding cold objects is not normal.
We found one new product worth noting in our Hot Products for Summer 2022 column - the Thermabell Barbell Warmer.
Researchers confirm women's hands are colder than men's, and may help explain why women are more likely to suffer from Raynaud's.
As employers welcome back workers, the return to offices brings back chilly memories of arctic temperatures at desks and meeting rooms.