In the age of masks, improve your interactions by using all aspects of human communication.
When we yell, our vocal cords bash together extra hard, causing them to get sore and swollen. The swelling can develop over a few hours so you might notice hoarseness more the next day.
The sound comes from our lungs and our voice box, which is at the front of the throat. Here's how it works.
When people lose their speech, they can stop working and friends can drift away. Here's what we can do to help them get the rehabilitation they need.
Queensland has become the latest state or territory to embark on an Indigenous treaty process. But for lasting progress to be made, the federal government cannot shirk its responsibility.
According to a recent report, 30 per cent of web-browsing sessions will soon be done without a screen. Voice-enabled searches are becoming the norm, and that's a problem for the food industry.
Smart speakers can listen out for more than just your voice commands at home. They can hear what's going on around you and react, security systems can even listen out for gunshots.
In the excitement of the Super Bowl and other major sporting events, fans often forget themselves – and their voices. Loud cheering can stress your vocal folds, or voice cords. An expert explains.
Vocal deception may have played a key role in our progression from primitive nonverbal noises to complex, controlled speech.
We recorded the first scientific evidence that having a baby affects women's voices.
Almost anyone can be taught how to sing.
Humans are the only ape that sings, but we're also the only ape that sings poorly. It's a lot easier to whistle.
Hawking's life embodied what it means to have access to the human right of communication through communication technology.
Your voice can affect how attractive, fertile and faithful people think you are.
You can log in to your smartphone by talking to it. Current security systems don't protect enough against imitators. The best way to ensure voice authentication is secure is to start with the sound.
We humans are capable of vocalising many different words in a range of languages. But what is it that gives us a remakable and variable voice?
Here's what one man from around 3,300BC actually sounded like.
The writing process is different whether your instrument is a fountain pen, a crayon, a typewriter or a computer. What fingerprints does the technology leave on the product?
Do women prefer 'manly men' with thick beards and deep voices? Science reveals all.
Women who were found to have lied in a clinical trial testing anti-HIV drugs were heavily criticised. But there are several factors that drove them to lie.