What are common activities that can trigger a Raynaud's attack?

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Paula Rackoff, MD
Rheumatology

Common activities that can trigger a Raynaud's attack include exposure to cold temperatures, not dressing warmly enough, and using some medications. Watch as rheumatologist Paula Rackoff, MD, discusses how you can avoid having a Raynaud's episode.


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