Vocal Cord Therapy-Mayo Clinic

We live in a talkative society. Millions of people depend on their voices every day for work — teachers, telemarketers, therapists, singers — the list goes on. But if you overuse your voice you can get sore, hoarse and even develop calluses or nodules on your vocal cords. Doctors at Mayo Clinic say learning to use your voice correctly can help keep the dialogue going.

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