Những từ vựng quan trọng về Sức khoẻ

Here is a list of English vocabulary words related to health:

  • Health: The state of being free from illness or injury
  • Wellness: The state of being in good physical and mental health
  • Fitness: The state of being physically fit and healthy
  • Exercise: Physical activity that is done to improve or maintain physical fitness
  • Nutrition: The process of obtaining the nutrients that are necessary for good health
  • Diet: The kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats
  • Nutrient: A substance that provides nourishment, such as a mineral, vitamin, or protein
  • Vitamin: A substance that is necessary in small amounts for the proper functioning of the body
  • Mineral: A naturally occurring, inorganic substance that is necessary for the proper functioning of the body
  • Protein: A substance that is necessary for the growth and repair of tissues in the body
  • Hygiene: The practice of keeping the body and environment clean in order to prevent illness
  • Sanitation: The practice of keeping the environment clean in order to prevent illness
  • Disease: A condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort, dysfunction, or distress
  • Illness: A state of poor health
  • Sickness: A state of poor health
  • Injury: Damage to the body caused by an accident or trauma
  • Healing: The process of repairing or recovering from damage or injury
  • Treatment: The act of providing medical care or therapy to improve health
  • Medicine: A substance or treatment used to prevent or cure illness or injury
  • Cure: A treatment that relieves or eliminates a disease or condition
  • Symptom: A change in the body or mind that is experienced by a person and is a sign of a disease or condition
  • Diagnosis: The identification of a disease or condition through examination and testing
  • Prescription: A written or electronic order for medication or other treatment, issued by a doctor or other healthcare provider
  • Over-the-counter: Referring to medication that is available for purchase without a prescription
  • Dosage: The amount of a medication or other treatment that is recommended or prescribed
  • Side effect: An unwanted effect of a medication or treatment
  • Allergy: A hypersensitive reaction of the body to a substance, such as pollen or peanuts
  • Immunization: The process of protecting the body against a disease by introducing a vaccine
  • Vaccine: A substance that is introduced into the body to produce immunity to a particular disease
  • Health care: The process of maintaining or improving the health of an individual or population
  • Health care provider: A person or organization that provides health care, such as a doctor, nurse, or hospital
  • Primary care: The first level of contact that a person has with the health care system, typically with a primary care provider such as a family doctor
  • Specialist: A doctor or other healthcare provider who has specialized training in a particular area of medicine
  • Hospital: A medical facility that provides inpatient care, diagnostic services, and other medical services
  • Clinic: A medical facility that provides outpatient care and diagnostic services
  • Emergency room: A department of a hospital that is equipped and staffed to provide immediate medical treatment for acute illness or injury
  • Pharmacy: A place where prescription medications and other pharmaceutical products are dispensed
  • Pharmacist: A healthcare professional who is trained to prepare and dispense medications
  • Physical therapy: Treatment that uses physical methods, such as exercise and massage, to improve movement and function
  • Occupational therapy: Treatment that helps people perform everyday tasks and activities, such as dressing and eating
  • Speech therapy: Treatment that helps people with speech and language disorders, such as stuttering or aphasia
  • Rehabilitation: The process of helping someone recover from an illness or injury, or to adapt to a disability
  • Palliative care: Medical care that focuses on relieving the symptoms and stress of a serious illness, without seeking to cure the illness
  • Hospice care: Palliative care that is provided to terminally ill patients and their families
  • Alternative medicine: Forms of treatment that are not considered part of mainstream Western medicine, such as acupuncture or herbal remedies
  • Complementary medicine: Forms of treatment that are used in addition to mainstream Western medicine, such as yoga or meditation
  • Integrative medicine: A approach to health care that combines mainstream Western medicine with complementary and alternative therapies
  • Mental health: The state of being emotionally and mentally well
  • Mental illness: A condition that affects a person’s thinking, mood, or behavior and impairs their ability to function normally
  • Therapy: Treatment for mental or emotional problems, such as counseling or psychotherapy
  • Counseling: A form of therapy that involves talking to a trained professional to help with emotional or psychological problems
  • Psychotherapy: A form of therapy that involves talking to a trained professional to help with emotional or psychological problems
  • Psychiatrist: A medical doctor who specializes in the treatment of mental illness
  • Psychologist: A professional who is trained to study the mind and behavior and to help people with emotional and psychological problems
  • Social worker: A professional who helps people cope with personal, social, and economic problems
  • Substance abuse: The excessive or inappropriate use of drugs or alcohol
  • Addiction: The state of being physically and mentally dependent on a substance, such as drugs or alcohol

I hope this list is helpful!

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