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To be in pain or distress.
a desire, rather than a need, to eat
the amount of force with which your blood flows around your body.
an injury where blood vessels in the skin are broken, but the skin is not cut or opened
a shop where you can buy medicine.
a building where people go to see the doctor / receive medical advice, etc.
an illness with symptoms of a stuffy nose, sneezing, and coughing
if someone's "constipated", they can't go to the toilet.
an illness in which your chest or throat hurts.
if someone has "diarrhoea", liquid comes out of them when they go to the toilet.
having the feeling of spinning and being about to fall
a serious or dangerous situation that needs immediate action
elevated body temperature
the immediate, temporary care given to an ill or injured person until professional medical care can be provided
an illness which is like a cold but more serious.
liquids such as water / orange juice, etc.
pain in the head
a place where sick or injured people are given care or treatment and where babies are often born
symptoms resulting from difficulty in digesting food, a stomachache
when germs make the body or apart of the body sick or painful
causing an uncomfortable feeling on the skin which makes you want to rub it with your nails
a financial plan that covers the cost of hospital and medical care due to illness or injury
the social institution that focuses on fighting disease and improving health
if you're feeling "queasy", you feel as if you're going to vomit.
highly unpleasant physical sensation caused by illness or injury.
full of pain
a medicine that stops pain.
someone who is sick
Mixture of a powdered drug that is round
a piece of paper written by a doctor that lets you get medicine at the pharmacy
a piece of paper the doctor writes with information about the medicine you need.
the regular beating of blood through your body.
medicine given through an injection inthe skin
when a doctor cuts your body open and repairs or removes something
the conditions that together tell a doctor what is wrong
a normal body temperature is about 37º C.
an instrument for measuring temperature.
when you "vomit", liquid/food comes out of your mouth.
area where patients wait for their appointments
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