It is very important to us that our students take care of their bodies to avoid occupational health problems.  Please see the following links with information on how to prevent repetitive stress injuries, vocal nodules or other health risks.  The information included here is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.


 The Johns-Hopkins Voice Center

The Johns Hopkins Voice Center, located in Baltimore, Maryland, provides state-of-the-art evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for everyone suffering from voice or swallowing disorders.


The National Center for Voice and Speech

The National Center for Voice and Speech conducts research, educates vocologists, disseminates information about voice and speech, and provides referral services in order to help people around the world enjoy healthy and effective vocal communications.
In carrying forth its mission, the National Center for Voice and Speech strives to cultivate and develop positive and effective relationships; it provides leadership in making a compelling case for support and research on the human voice.


Self-help for Vocal Health

Advice for the Care of Your Voice

The Effects of Medication on the Voice

This is a comprehensive list of medication provided by the National Center of Voice and Speech and their potential effects on your voice.