What's wrong with you? (Health problems)
What's wrong with you? (Treatments)
Healthy habits (Should or shouldn't)
What is the matter with......(him-her-me-you-them?
1. Choose the correct word:
When we are ill, we call a doctor, and he plays withexaminescalmslooks at us and diagnoses the illness. When we have a headache, a stomachache, a sore throat, a cold or a pain in some parts of the body, we call a doctor. He takesprescribesmeasurebreakes down our temperature and our pulse. He examines our heart, our lungs, our stomach or the part where we have headachebreaksicknesspain, and tells us what the matter is with us. The doctor writesdrinksprescribesmeasures medicine, and gives us a prescription, which we take to the shop assistantheadmasterchemist'spatient, who makes up the medicine. If you follow the doctor's ordersadviceoperationmedicine, you get better; if you disobey the doctor, you may get betterworserecoveryinsomnia, and even die. We must obey the doctor, if we want to get better. If we have a temperature, we must stay in bed and take the medicine he prescribes. If we cannot get better at home we must go to hospital. If we are too ill to walk, we go to hospital in the vanambulanceprescriptionvisit. After our illness we can go to a sanatorium until we are strong again. When we have toothache, we go to the surgeontherapeutistpsycologistdentist. He examines our tooththroatearteeth, finds the tooth, which hurtscomplicatestroubleache us, stops or extracts it. Now here in hospitalcontagioushealthserious system incorporates a variety of medical institutions. The medical service is of two kinds. Some state establishments give their employees medical insurance cards. They guarantee the people free of charge medical assistance. Some medical establishments charge fees for treatment. They may be rather high, but our medical service now uses all modern equipment and medicines and provides qualified medical help to all people.