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Date Shared: 19 April 2017
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Complete the crossword by filling in a word that fits each clue. Fill in the correct answers, one letter per square, both across and down, from the given clues.
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Blood the red liquid that your heart pumps around your body Dosage the amount of a medicine or drug that you should take at one time, especially regularly First Aid simple medical treatment that is given as soon as possible to someone who is injured or who suddenly becomes ill Healthy physically strong and not likely to become ill or weak: good for your body Heart the organ in your chest which pumps blood through your body: the part of you that feels strong emotions and feelings Hygiene the practice of keeping yourself and the things around you clean in order to prevent diseases Idiom a group of words that has a special meaning that is different from the ordinary meaning of each separate word Illness a disease of the body or mind, or the condition of being ill Injection an act of putting a drug into someone's body using a special needle: shot: vaccination: immunization Injury a wound or damage to part of your body caused by an accident or attack Lung one of the two organs in your body that you breathe with Muscle one of the pieces of flesh inside your body that you use in order to move, and that connect your bones together Over the Counter drugs, medicines etc. that are bought over-the-counter are ones that you can buy in a shop without a prescription(=a written order) from a doctor: non-prescription Pharmacy a shop or a part of a shop where medicines are prepared and sold: a shop where there are specially trained staff who can sell or give out medicines as ordered by a doctor Prescription a piece of paper on which a doctor writes what medicine a sick person should have, so that they can get it from a pharmacist: a particular medicine or treatment ordered by a doctor for a sick person Sense a feeling about something: one of the five natural powers of sight, hearing, feeling, taste, and smell, that give us information about the things around us Skin the natural outer layer of a person's or animal's body :the skin of an animal, sometimes including its fur, used to make leather, clothes etc.: the natural outer cover of some fruits and vegetables Specialist someone who knows a lot about a particular subject, or is very skilled at it; expert: a doctor who knows more about one particular type of illness or treatment than other doctors Stomach the organ inside your body where food begins to be digested: the front part of your body, below your chest Symptom something wrong with your body or mind which shows that you have a particular illness
19 April 2017
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