Cold hands, numb fingers? You might have Raynaud’s disease.

Raynaud’s phenomenon (also called Raynaud’s disease) is a condition in which exposure to cold causes blood vessels to the hands and feet to constrict, turning fingers and toes white or blue, and numb. As they warm, they often turn red and throb with pain.

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