Dr. Postma talks about your voice in ‘Reader’s Digest’

Reader’s Digest recently worked up a list of bizarre things you might not know about your voice. An example warns that singers and professional speakers may want to watch how much they talk on planes.

Augusta University’s Dr. Gegory Postma, MD, ENT physician and vice-chair in the Department of Otolaryngology at the Medical College of Georgia and Director of the Center for Voice, Airway and Swallowing Disorders, said air on planes has about 8 to 12 percent humidity, which is about as dry as the Arizona Desert.

Reader’s Digest: 13 Bizarre Things You Never Knew About Your Own Voice

July, 2018

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