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“It’s really an exaggerated cold response: When our body is cold it’s normal for our blood vessels at the periphery, such as in our fingers, to narrow to conserve core body heat,” said Dr. Emily Kiemig, a dermatologist and assistant professor at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, who specializes in connective tissue and autoimmune diseases of the skin, and frequently cares for patients with Raynaud’s.

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Maryann Mason, PhD, director of violence and injury research at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine’s Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics, evaluated a violence interruption program in Chicago, initially focusing on the role of mentoring at-risk young men in violence prevention.

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Cases are already skyrocketing, and many people are experiencing “caution fatigue” — becoming desensitized to warnings out of exhaustion from observing safety guidance, said Jackie Gollan, a clinical psychologist and a professor of psychiatry at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, who conducts research on how to make better decisions.