Vocal Fold Swelling Checks: A Simple Way to Detect the Early Signs of Vocal Injury (Article)
This 15-minute video is aimed at educating any heavy voice users, such as teachers, singers or actors about vocal swelling and potential injury from over-use. Demonstrations of swelling check exercises are provided, as well the warning signs that are generally associated with vocal injury. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Dispelling Vocal Myths. Part 3: "Sing OVER Your Cold! (Article)
Continuing the series begun in 2010, Michael aims to clarify misconceptions about vocal production. In this installment Michael and Goding examine some myths and truths about vocal fold swelling, particularly as it pertains to upper respiratory infection (URI). For part one see 66, no. 5 (547-551); part two 67, no. 4 (417-421); part four 69, no. 2 (167-172). (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Singers: What is Normal? (Article)
The authors note, "it is clear from all of the studies to date that singers, and even nonsingers, have a high prevalence of findings [after examination] that physicians would diagnose as abnormalities." They suggest that singers undergo screening while they are healthy to help voice care professionals better assess their condition should an injury occur. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)