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Health at home - Vocabulary
Band-aids (assorted sizes)
Sterile gauze swabs
Hemostatic compression pad
Sterile Eye Pads
Medicine (tablets/pills/cough syrup/drops)
I have a pain in my .../ my ... hurts.
I hurt myself.
It hurts (me).
I cut myself; it's bleeding
I burnt myself./I have burnt myself
I have a sore throat.
I have a cold.
I am coming down with the flu.
I have really a bad pain (in my back)
I have fever and body ache.
I have some indigestion.
I have a toothache.
I have a skin rash.
An insect bit me
I am itchy all over.
It's not that (bad / serious)
To take sick (ill)
To fall ill
To be as sick as a dog
To be sick in bed
To report in sick / To call in sick
I run a fever / I run a temperature
To take someone's temperature
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