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HEALTH LINK

Vocal Stress

  • Aired: 01/06/2010
  • 35:45
  • Rating: NR
Nearly everybody talks, but few of us consider what all that use is doing to our vocal cords. Vocal cord abuse can lead to nodules, chronic laryngitis, hoarseness and other vocal disorders. Anyone who talks or sings a lot is at risk. However, most disorders of the vocal cords are preventable, and even after damage, can be reversed. We'll examine what we can do to keep our voices healthy.
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