Inside the head is the brain, which is responsible for thinking. The top of person’s scalp is covered with hair. Beneath the hairline at the front of the face is the forehead. Underneath the forehead are the eyes for seeing, the nose for smelling, and the mouth for eating. On the outside of the mouth are the lips and on the inside of the mouth are the teeth for biting and chewing food and the tongue for tasting. Food is swallowed down the throat. At the sides of the face are the cheeks and at the sides of the head are the ears for hearing. At the bottom of a person’s face is the chin. The Jaw is located on the inside of the cheeks and chin. The neck is what attaches the head to the upper body. ///////////////// At the top and front of the upper body, just below the neck is the collar bone On the front side of the upper body is the chest, which in women includes the breasts. Babies suck on the nipples of their mother’s breasts. Beneath the ribcage are the stomach and the waist. The navel, more commonly referred to as the belly button, is located here as well. On the inside of the upper body are the heart for pumping blood and the lungs for breathing. The rear side of the upper body is called the back, inside the spine connects the upper body to the lower body.//////////// The arms are attached to the shoulders. Beneath this area is called the armpit or underarm. The upper arms have the muscles known as triceps and biceps. The joint halfway down the arm is called the elbow. Between the elbow and the next joint, the wrist, is the forearm. Below the wrist is the hand with four fingers and one thumb. Beside the thumb is the index finger. Beside the index finger is the middle finger, followed by the ring finger and the Little finger. At the ends of the fingers are the fingernails./////////////

Below the waist, on left and right, are the hips. Between the hips are the reproductive organs, the penis (male) or the vagina (female). At the back of the lower body are the buttocks for sitting on. They are also commonly referred to as the rear end or the bum (especially with children). The internal organs in the lower body include the intestines for digesting food, the bladder for holding liquid waste, as well as the liver and the kidneys. This area also contains the woman’s uterus, which holds a baby when a woman is pregnant. ////////ILL suffering from an ilness or disease; not feeling well; sick //My older sister is seriously ill in St John’s hospital. The children started to feel ill an hour after the meal.// SICK physically or mentally ill; wanting to vomitI feel very sick, I don’t think I can work today. Be careful with the cake, too much of it can make you sick. SORE painful (and often red) because of infection or because a muscle has been used too muchI have a sore throat, I mustn’t take that cold drink. She says her stomach is still sore after the operation. ILLNESS the state of being physically or mentally illOur secretary missed a lot of work through illness last month. Flu can be a serious illiness if you aren’t careful enough.DISEASE (enfermedad) serious ilness, often caused by infectionPeter’s uncle suffers from a rare blood disease. A fatty diet Increases the risk of heart disease. HEALbecome healthy again; make something, somebody healthy again, make somebody feel happy againAs I seo it will take a long time for your wounds to heal. This ointment will holp to heal your scratches.

DAILY HABITS a set of customary and often mechanically performed procedures or activities BREATHIN the act of inhaling air HURTS causes physical damage or pain to AWOIDING preventing from happening CONTRACTURES disorder inwhich a skeleat muscle is permanentely tightened SLEEPINES sleepy sensation or condiction HOBBIES the time spent with your family partners or friends or doing some favourite activity ////// CURE make somebody or something healthy again after an illness; make an illness go awayHe was seriously ill for a long time, but the doctor cured him at last. Scarlet fever is a serious illness, but it can be cured fairly fast. CURE medicine or medical treatment that cures an illness: the act of curing or the process of belimg curedThere is no known cure for this illness but the it can be treated. I‘m afraid you must be taken to hospital for the cure.TREATgive medical care or attention to somebody or something; deal with something or somebodyI was treated for flu, but later I was diagnosed with pneumonia. This illiness is usually treated with antibiotics and a strict diet.TREATMENT(the way or process of) curing an illness or injury or making somebody look and feel good; the way of dealing with something or somebody Doctors apply various treatments for this illness. My sister goes to a wellness centre to receive beauty treatments.DIAGNOSEdefine what an illness or the cause of a problem isThe blood test is used to diagnose all kinds of diseases. She was diagnosed (as) (a) diabetic in her early childhood.DIAGNOSISmedical description of an illness or conditionThe doctors didn’t share every detail of the diagnosis with the patient’s family, We had to wail a lot for the exact diagnosis after the examination