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Psychology & Psychiatry

Do you dislike your voice? You're not alone

In research published last month in The Laryngoscope, Dr. Matthew Naunheim and the team at Mass Eye and Ear surveyed 1,522 people to explore three unanswered questions in laryngology:

Medical research

Singers' genre may play role in voice injuries

A singer's primary genre can impact the likelihood of developing vocal fold injury and may even influence the specific type of injury that occurs, a recent study by UT Southwestern researchers suggests.

Radiology & Imaging

New guidelines laid out to standardize swallowing fluoroscopy

Swallowing fluoroscopy is the most common diagnostic test for patients with swallowing problems caused by conditions such as stroke, head and neck cancer, neurodegenerative disease, or prolonged intubation. Despite widespread ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

New vocal injury study profiles hundreds of injured singers

An analysis of more than 400 singers who sought treatment at UT Southwestern Medical Center for vocal injuries provides a wealth of data on a topic that's often considered taboo to discuss in the singing community.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

How does COVID-19 affect people's ability to smell

A decreased or altered sense of smell—called olfactory dysfunction—is a common symptom experienced by individuals with COVID-19. As described in an article published in The Laryngoscope, researchers recently searched ...

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