English Collocations related to Health

Here you will learn 25 collocations related to health.

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25 Collocations related to Health

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go into hospital for an operation

Example:

I’m going into hospital next week for a small operation on my foot.

be treated in hospital

Example:

Three people were treated in hospital after two trucks and a van collided on the motorway.

keep someone in hospital overnight

Example:

They kept him in hospital overnight for tests.

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Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

INSANITY: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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be discharged from hospital

Meaning: to be allowed to leave the hospital

Example:

Sarah’s grandfather was discharged from hospital last night.

a bad headache

Example:

I was at my desk at work when I got a really bad headache.

a splitting headache

Meaning: a very bad headache

Example:

I’ve got a splitting headache, I’m going to lie down.

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25 Collocations related to Health

it gives me a headache

Example:

This loud music gives me a headache.

a dull ache

Example:

This dull ache in my left arm keeps me awake at night.

a nagging ache

Meaning: annoying physical pain or discomfort

Example:

She always complained of a nagging ache in her back.

a muscular ache

Example:

This gel relieves muscular ache.

a nasty cough

Meaning: a really bad cough

Example:

I have a nasty cough after the flu.

a persistent cough

Meaning: a cough that lasts longer than normal

Example:

You should consult your doctor if the persistent cough doesn’t go away.

get rid of a cough

Meaning: to relieve cough

Example:

This cough syrup will help you get rid of cough in no time.

English Collocations related to Health

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catch a cold

Example:

Last year I caught a really bad cold just before Christmas.

a heavy cold

Example:

Don’t come into work if you have a heavy cold.

prescribe medicine

Example:

In many countries, doctors prescribe medicine to patients electronically.

take medicine

Example:

You should take this medicine twice a day with food.

give someone medicine

Example:

Don’t forget to give him his medicine after breakfast.

medicine makes you feel drowsy

Meaning: this medicine will make you feel sleepy and abnormally tired

Example:

This medicine will make you drowsy, you should avoid driving.

take a pill

Example:

My grandmother keeps forgetting to take her pills.

swallow a pill

Example:

I find it really difficult to swallow these pills.

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covered in blood

Example:

What’s the matter with your head? It’s covered in blood.

lose blood

Example:

She lost a lot of blood in a car accident.

a blood test

Example:

We need to do some blood tests to find out what’s making you feel so tired.

put a bandage (on)

Example:

It’s quite a deep cut, so we need to put a bandage on it.

remove a bandage

Example:

He removed his bandage and showed me the cut on his arm.

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