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Alcohol and Your Throat
Alcohol and Your Throat
many people are unaware that drinking alcohol can have a very negative effect on your throat and leave you at risk of developing some very serious illnesses....
Can Shouting Damage the Vocal Cords?
Can Shouting Damage the Vocal Cords?
Shouting, screaming and general overuse of the voice can lead to vocal cord damage, making it more likely that vocal cord polyps will form....
Dust and Your Throat
Dust and Your Throat
Dust allergies are very common and can usually be controlled or reduced in the home environment, without requiring medical assistance....
Oral Sex and Throat Problems
Oral Sex and Throat Problems
Although penetrative sex poses the greatest risk the health, there are some occasions when people may be at risk performing or receiving oral sex too....
Smoking and Throat Problems
Smoking and Throat Problems
Smoking does not just increase your blood pressure and risk of lung cancer, but can be extremely hazardous to your throat and voice too....
Stress and Losing Your Voice
Stress and Losing Your Voice
Losing your voice can be due to simple laryngitis but if chronic infection develops, not being able to speak can cause stress. Stress can also cause psychological…...
Weight and Throat Problems
Weight and Throat Problems
Many people are unaware that their weight can have such a big impact on the health of their throat, but research continues to provide evidence....
Why You Need Your Tonsils
Why You Need Your Tonsils
It was fashionable about 60 years ago to whip the tonsils out for almost any reason. We now realise they are a valuable gland that helps us fight off infection and we…...
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