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Why are my toes red?

Topics: HealthAnatomyFeet & Ankles, Science

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Jasmyn Hinton

You could have Raynaud's syndrome. The disease causes an interruption of blood flow to the fingers, toes, nose, and/or ears when a spasm occurs in the blood vessels of these areas when exposed to cold temperatures.

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