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GP (General Practitioner)
a doctor who gives medical treatment to people that live in a particular area.
a doctor who knows a lot about one area of medicine.
is a doctor who does operations.
1) a building or an office where you can go and ask a GP or a dentist for medical advice; 2) a medical operation
the place where you have an operation.
is an illness which makes it difficult for you to breathe.
A&E (Accidents and Emergencies)
the part of a hospital where you go if you have an emergency
having an allergy to
a big room with beds in a hospital where patients receive medical treatment.
a piece of paper which the doctor gives you so that you can get the medicine you need.
a disease in part of your body which is caused by bacteria or a virus.
to have an illness or other health problem that gives you pain
when your nose produces liquid all the time, usually when you have a cold, a rash
when you can’t breathe through your nose.
when you breathe noisily and with difficulty, particularly when you have asthma or an allergy
an illness with symptoms similar to a cold that is caused by flowers or grass in the spring and summer.
when you have to go to the toilet all the time.
when you blow air down through your nose suddenly; for example when you have a cold.
(informal) be sick, vomit.
when you eat some food that is bad and makes you ill.
get better (for cuts, injuries, etc.)
give medical attention
a mark on your skin after a cut
a number of different things put together
make sb feel better when they have an illness
to feel better after an illness
when your heart ____s, it makes regular movements and sounds