Braving the Cold Weather? 5 Ways To Protect Your Voice During Winter Outdoor Activities

Whether you are a weekend warrior on the slopes or heading out to watch Sunday night football, even a few minutes of exposure to cold winter temperatures can be harmful on your pipes.

So, if you are planning on heading out in this upcoming cold snap, venturing to a football game or hitting the high altitude Rocky Mountain resorts, you should definitely pay attention.

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Beauty & The Voice – Five Household Items To Keep Your Voice in Shape…And Keep Your Skin Looking Amazing

Let’s face it, the bulk of professions that employ top-notch vocals also require a flawless complexion. From broadcasters to politicians, musicians to actors, even lawyers and teachers, your skin is under as much stress as your voice.

So why not kill two birds with one stone? A healthy diet of vocal-friendly foods, and a few household items can not only keep your valuable pipes in shape, but your skin glowing…and chances are, you already have everything you need at home.

Here are five household items that every professional vocalist and speaker should have on hand.

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What Is Otolaryngology? Back to ENT Basics

The oldest medical specialty in the United States, otolaryngology (more commonly referred to as ENT) is the treatment of medical conditions involving primarily the ear, nose, throat as well as certain cases involving the ENT support structures – the head neck – as well as the sinuses, larynx, and mouth.

When Should You Consult an Otolaryngologist?

If you ever experience problems or have concerns that directly relate to the function of the above mentioned body parts, you should start with an otolaryngologist to get the best diagnosis and treatment plan.

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Coughing Won’t Stop? – Five Signs You Should See Your ENT Specialist

Sore throat and coughing?

We are still in the middle of the nasty cold and flu season, but sometimes your winter weather cough is more severe than you think… But when is it time to see the specialist?

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da Vinci on Display at Flint Institute of Arts – via mlive.com

via mlive.com –

FLINT, MI — There was a da Vinci on display at the Flint institute of Arts, but it’s not a painting or a sculpture.

It’s a robot — sort of.

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LARYNGITIS – At Home Treatment to Help Soothe Symptoms

As winter descends upon us, so does the influx of cold and flu causing viruses, which lead to more severe illnesses like laryngitis or bronchitis.

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