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What is Functional Dysphonia?

Dysphonia is a medical term used to describe various voice disorders. Functional dysphonia, specifically, refers to difficulties with voice production in the absence of any anatomical or physiological abnormalities. Some..

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What are Vocal Nodules?

Vocal nodules are benign (noncancerous) growths that form on the vocal cords. Over time, these growths become hard and thick, similar to calluses that can form on the hands. Vocal..

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Strategies for Improving Memory

Memory strategies are techniques that we utilize to assist us in recalling information. The information that we take in undergoes the three stages of memory: encoding, storage, and retrieval. The..

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Breaking the Thumb Sucking Habit

Thumb sucking is a natural reflex that promotes feelings of safety, comfort and pleasure in children. However as children grow older, thumb sucking may impede proper growth of the mouth...

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Why Chewing is Important for Speech Development

Chewing plays an important role in speech development. The introduction of solids into a baby’s diet helps to promote a healthy nutritional balanced diet. Additionally, solid foods assist in developing..

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