Rx For Readers: Cold hands, warm heart

Chronically cold extremities may go hand-in-glove with serious health concerns

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February 2, 2017 15:14
Cold hands

Person holding a snowball (illustrative). (photo credit: INGIMAGE)

 
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I am a 42-year-old woman who immigrated three years ago from a warm state in the US. I find that in the winter, my hands are cold and I always have to wear gloves outdoors, even when other people seem not to have to. I never smoked. My doctor said I might have Raynaud’s disease. That got me nervous.

What is Raynaud’s? Is it serious? How is it diagnosed? What can be done about it?

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