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HOW TO STOP LIVER PAIN?

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diabetic

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US / ˌdaɪəˈbetɪk /

UK / ˌdaɪəˈbɛtɪk /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Concerning diabetes; suffering from diabetes

cholesterol

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US / kəˈlestərɒl /

UK / kəˈlestərɔ:l /

B2
  • noun
  • Substance in the body that may cause heart disease

vegetable

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US / ˈvedʒtəbl /

UK / ˈvɛdʒtəbəl, ˈvɛdʒɪtə- /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Made from plants such as tomato, lettuce, carrots
  • noun
  • Plant that is raised and eaten as food

consumption

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US / kənˈsʌmpʃn /

UK / kənˈsʌmpʃən /

B1
  • noun
  • The act of buying and using products
  • The act of using energy, food or materials; the amount used
  • A serious disease of the lungs

joint

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US / dʒɔɪnt /

UK / dʒɔɪnt /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Shared; involving working together; in common
  • noun
  • Body parts where bones meet and can move together
  • Point at which two things meet (e.g. a road)
  • A club or restaurant; place where you are

cellular

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US / 'seljələ(r) /

UK / ˈsɛljəlɚ /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Concerning a cell of a living thing
  • (Of radio signals) functioning without wires

light

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US / laɪt /

UK / laɪt /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Being bright making it easy to see; not dark
  • Being pale and lacking darkness of color
  • Not heavy; weighing only a little
  • adverb
  • Carrying few bags when traveling
  • noun
  • A source of energy that makes a room or area bright
  • Way in which something or someone is understood
  • verb
  • To cause something to burn; put a burning match to
  • To provide a way to see ahead

those

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US / ðəʊz /

UK / ðoz /

A1
  • determiner
  • The people or things we are talking about
  • pronoun
  • The objects far from the speaker

efficiently

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US / ɪ'fɪʃntlɪ /

UK / ɪˈfɪʃəntlɪ /

A2
  • adverb
  • In a way that does not create waste

hydration

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US / haɪ'dreɪʃn /

UK / haɪ'dreɪʃn /

C2
  • noun
  • Process of supplying or adding water to

consume

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US / kən'sju:m /

UK / kənˈsum /

A2
  • verb
  • To eat, drink, buy or use up something
  • To take all your energy; focus the attention

shoot

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US / ʃu:t /

UK / ʃut /

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  • noun
  • Emerging new part of a plant
  • verb
  • To kick or throw a ball at a goal
  • To fire a gun; injure or kill someone with a gun
  • To (cause to) fly away forcefully
  • To use a camera to record a film/take a photograph

belly

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US / 'belɪ /

UK / ˈbɛli /

B2
  • noun
  • Middle part of the body; the stomach
  • verb
  • To expand outward; swell
  • To swell like a balloon

limited

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US / ˈlɪmɪtɪd /

UK / ˈlɪmɪtɪd /

B1
  • adjecitve
  • (Of a company) with a limit of financial liability
  • With restrictions; not broad in scope
  • verb
  • To stop or prevent an increase past a point

rich

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US / rɪtʃ /

UK / rɪtʃ /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Having a lot of money or valuable possessions
  • Containing a lot of exciting events or experiences and therefore very interesting
  • (of a color, sound, smell, etc.) Pleasantly deep or strong
  • If food is rich, it contains a large amount of oil, butter, eggs, or cream.

warm

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US / wɔ:m /

UK / wɔrm /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Friendly, sincere and kind to others
  • Being friendly or sincere
  • Slightly hot; not very hot
  • verb
  • To become more friendly or to like something
  • To make something hotter

water

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US / 'wɔ:tə(r) /

UK / ˈwɔtɚ, ˈwɑtɚ /

A1
  • noun
  • Clear liquid that forms the seas, rivers and rain
  • Large area such as an ocean or sea
  • verb
  • (Of the eyes) to produce tears
  • (Mouth) to become wet at the thought of nice food
  • To pour liquids onto a plant to keep it alive

for

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US / fə(r) /

UK / fɔr,fə /

A1
  • preposition
  • Used to show the purpose, or need of something

nowadays

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US / ˈnaʊədeɪz /

UK / ˈnaʊəˌdez /

A2
  • adverb
  • At the present time; now

sharp

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US / ʃɑ:p /

UK / ʃɑrp /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Being very clear and easy to see
  • (Of clothes) nicely or stylishly
  • Being able to think, see, or understand quickly
  • Having a thin edge or point that is able to cut
  • Requiring a quick or sudden change in direction
  • Having a flavor that is very strong and distinct
  • adverb
  • At precisely the time given
  • Suddenly; immediately (of directions)
  • noun
  • Person's name
  • A musical tone

time

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US / taɪm /

UK / taɪm /

A1
  • noun
  • Speed at which music is played; tempo
  • Point as shown on a clock, e.g. 3 p.m
  • Number of hours, minutes needed to do something
  • Occasion when something happens
  • Period or occasion that something occurred
  • Period in history or the past
  • Something measured in minutes, hours, days, etc.
  • How long an event takes; duration
  • verb
  • To check speed at which music is performed
  • To choose a specific moment to do something
  • To measure how long an event takes, e.g. a race
  • To schedule something to occur at a specific moment

drink

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US / drɪŋk /

UK / drɪŋk /

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  • noun
  • A liquid that you put in your mouth
  • verb
  • To put water in your body through your mouth

most

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US / məʊst /

UK / most /

A1
  • adverb
  • Very; extremely
  • Greatest possible degree
  • pronoun
  • Nearly all of something

mostly

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US / ˈməʊstli /

UK / ˈmoʊstli /

A2
  • adverb
  • In large part; mainly or chiefly

sabbatical

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US / səˈbætɪkl /

UK / səˈbætɪkəl /

C1
  • adjecitve
  • Concerning a break or change from normal routine
  • noun
  • A break or change from a normal routine

doctor

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US / ˈdɒktə(r) /

UK / ˈdɑːktɚ /

A1
  • noun
  • Person paid to help people become or stay healthy
  • Person awarded the highest university degree
  • verb
  • To treat someone's illness
  • To change something in order to trick someone

affect

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US / ə'fekt /

UK / əˈfɛkt /

A2
  • verb
  • To cause a change in something else

aggressive

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US / əˈgresɪv /

UK / əˈɡrɛsɪv /

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  • adjecitve
  • Using energy and determination to achieve a goal
  • Behaving in a hostile and threatening way

cancer

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US / 'kænsə(r) /

UK / ˈkænsɚ /

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  • noun
  • Any growth caused by abnormal cell division

radiotherapy

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US / ˌreɪdiəʊˈθerəpi /

UK / ˌreɪdioʊˈθerəpi /

A1
  • noun
  • Treatment using radiation, as for cancer patients

and

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US / ənd /

UK / ənd, ən,ænd /

A1
  • conjunction
  • Used to refer to two or more things
  • Plus; in addition; on top of that
  • Used to introduce an action that follows another

pain

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US / peɪn /

UK / pen /

A1
  • noun
  • Strong feeling of hurt or discomfort
  • Something or someone that bothers or upsets you
  • verb
  • To cause someone to feel upset or worry

prednisone

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US / ˈprednəˌsəʊn /

UK / ˈprednəˌsoʊn /

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  • noun
  • Dehydrogenated analogue of cortisol (trade names Orasone or Deltasone or Liquid Pred or Meticorten);

until

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US / ənˈtɪl /

UK / ʌnˈtɪl /

A1
  • conjunction
  • Up to; to a time when something happens
  • preposition
  • Before (a specific time)

far

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US / fɑ:(r) /

UK / fɑr /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • A long way away
  • Being a long way away
  • adverb
  • To a large degree or extent

help

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US / help /

UK / hɛlp /

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  • noun
  • Something given to enable a person to do something
  • Assistance given to someone in need
  • Someone who makes something easier or possible
  • verb
  • To act to enable a person to do something; assist
  • To make something better or less difficult

prescribe

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US / prɪ'skraɪb /

UK / prɪˈskraɪb /

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  • verb
  • (Of doctors) to say what medicine should be taken
  • To set down rules or guidelines

skin

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US / skɪn /

UK / skɪn /

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  • noun
  • Outer covering of an animal used for leather; hide
  • Outer covering of a fruit or vegetable
  • Outer layer of an animal or human
  • Outer part of an object, such as a plane
  • verb
  • To defeat someone easily and completely
  • To hurt yourself, accidentally cutting yourself
  • To remove the outer covering from an animal

from

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US / frəm /

UK / frʌm, frɑm,frəm /

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  • preposition
  • Starting at a particular place, time or level

plenty

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US / 'plentɪ /

UK / ˈplɛnti /

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  • pronoun
  • When there is not too little of something; a lot

immunosuppressant

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US / ɪmjənosəˋprɛsənt /

UK / ɪmjənosəˋprɛsənt /

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  • noun
  • Drug that lowers the body's normal immune response

type

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US / taɪp /

UK / taɪp /

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  • noun
  • Printed letters or blocks used for printing them
  • Group of things or people sharing common features
  • verb
  • To identify something belonging to a group
  • To write by touching keys on a keyboard

biliary

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US / ˈbɪliəri /

UK / ˈbɪlieri /

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  • adjecitve
  • Concerning or containing bile; relating to the bile ducts or the gallbladder

include

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US / ɪnˈklu:d /

UK / ɪnˈklud /

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  • verb
  • To make someone, something part of a group

then

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US / ðen /

UK / ðɛn /

A1
  • adverb
  • A time that is not now
  • Following another thing in time or arrangement
  • Following on reasonably from what was just stated
  • At that time, not now

right

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US / raɪt /

UK / raɪt /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Correct or true
  • The south side of you looking at the rising sun
  • adverb
  • Exactly in a place or time
  • Being appropriate for a particular event
  • In a straight or direct manner
  • noun
  • Something you are legally or morally allowed to do
  • Ideal of what is just and good
  • Political view based on conservatism
  • verb
  • To fix something previously wrong or unjust
  • To make upright, as a boat that has turned over

cell

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US / sel /

UK / sɛl /

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  • noun
  • Smallest unit of living things in biology
  • Group of people - often from a secret organization
  • Prisoner's room in a jail
  • Shortened form of 'cellphone'

liter

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US / 'li:tə(r) /

UK / ˈlitɚ /

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  • noun
  • Metric unit for measuring liquid or gas

advise

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US / ədˈvaɪz /

UK / ædˈvaɪz /

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  • verb
  • To suggest what would be helpful

cause

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US / kɔ:z /

UK / kɔz /

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  • noun
  • Belief, goal or organization that people support
  • Reason for
  • verb
  • To make something happen; create effect or result

primary

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US / 'praɪmərɪ /

UK / ˈpraɪˌmɛri, -məri /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Most important, most basic or essential
  • Happening first; earliest
  • of or for the teaching of young children

stay

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US / steɪ /

UK / ste /

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  • noun
  • Legal order to stop or delay an action
  • Strong rope or wire that supports a ship's mast
  • Period of time spent living in or visiting a place
  • verb
  • To keep trying without giving up
  • To remain in the same place and not move away
  • To spend time visiting a place or someone's home

bacteria

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US / bæk'tɪərɪə /

UK / bækˈtɪriə /

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  • noun
  • The very small creatures that can cause disease

hard

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US / hɑ:d /

UK / hɑː(r)d /

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  • adjecitve
  • Difficult to do; difficult to understand
  • (Of facts) not able to be misunderstood; clear
  • (Of alcohol) strong
  • Involving or requiring lots of work, effort, care
  • Being full of pain, trouble, and problems
  • Strong
  • (Of edge) clear; sharp
  • Difficult to bend, break or cut; solid
  • adverb
  • With lots of force, power, or impact

get

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US / ɡet /

UK / ɡɛt /

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  • verb
  • To become affected by illness or disease
  • To begin to feel or understand an emotion or idea
  • To send or bring someone or something home, etc.
  • To go somewhere to obtain something
  • To (cause to) do a particular thing
  • To obtain, receive or be given something
  • To currently have
  • To prepare for use
  • To understand something being said or read

eye

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US / aɪ /

UK / aɪ /

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  • noun
  • The part of the body that you see with
  • The skill to see the good and bad parts of a thing
  • Hole at the end of a needle
  • verb
  • To watch or study something closely

health

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US / helθ /

UK / hɛlθ /

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  • noun
  • (Person, company) being in a good condition; well

like

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  • adjecitve
  • Being equal in status or kind to something else
  • Similar; the same
  • adverb
  • For example
  • preposition
  • Used as a filler; used to ad emphasis
  • In a way similar to the way something is done
  • Such as; for example
  • verb
  • To want to
  • To find something pleasing; to prefer something

people

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US / 'pi:pl /

UK / ˈpipəl /

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  • noun
  • Persons sharing culture, country, background, etc.
  • Men, Women, Children

obese

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US / əʊˈbi:s /

UK / oˈbis /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Fat over a long period, so harming your health

that

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US / ðæt /

UK / ðæt, ðət /

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  • adjecitve
  • The person or thing being talked about
  • Used to identify something both the speakers know
  • adverb
  • Used to reinforce adjectives and adverbs
  • To such a degree
  • conjunction
  • Used to connect a noun clause
  • Used to introduce an adverbial clause
  • Used to introduce a noun clause
  • determiner
  • Used as a noun to refer to something
  • pronoun
  • Referring an object far away
  • Used to refer to the relative pronoun ‘which’

threat

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US / θret /

UK / θrɛt /

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  • noun
  • Warning of probable trouble
  • A warning that you may be harmed

what

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US / wɒt /

UK / hwɑt, hwʌt, wɔt, wʌt,hwət, wət /

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  • pronoun
  • Thing or things that; the same kind as
  • Used to emphasize something you are about to say
  • adjecitve
  • Used to refer to a particular amount, or number
  • Used to place emphasis on a particular quality
  • adverb
  • To a certain degree
  • determiner
  • Question words used for asking for information
  • exclamation
  • Used to express excitement, shock, or surprise
  • Used to ask people to repeat something they said

exercise

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US / 'eksəsaɪz /

UK / ˈɛksɚˌsaɪz /

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  • noun
  • Physical activity to increase health and strength
  • Set of questions in a text book
  • verb
  • To work out to become stronger and healthier
  • To retain your ability or practice your skills

have

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US / həv /

UK / hæv /

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  • verb
  • To drink, smoke, eat or use something
  • To experience the effects of something
  • To organize an event, or join in an activity
  • To own, possess, or hold something
  • To cause to happen or produce a particular effect

part

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US / pɑ:t /

UK / pɑ:rt /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • To some degree; half; not fully
  • noun
  • Division of a book
  • Ratio of something, e.g. 3 of gin, 1 of tonic
  • A line in a person's hair, made with a comb
  • Character an actor plays on stage, movie, or TV
  • Some, but not all of a specific thing
  • Role in causing something to happen
  • verb
  • To make a line in a person's hair, by using a comb
  • To move two things apart creating a space
  • To leave someone, or to break off a relationship

substance

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  • noun
  • Essence of; most basic or central qualities
  • Particular type of material
  • Having material form; existing
  • Quality of truth, importance, or meaningfulness

boost

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US / bu:st /

UK / bust /

B1
  • noun
  • An increase in something
  • verb
  • To increase something; to make something better
  • To push someone or something up from beneath them

chemotherapy

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US / ˌki:məʊˈθerəpi /

UK / ˌki:moʊˈθerəpi /

B2
  • noun
  • Treatment of diseases using chemicals

cream

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US / kri:m /

UK / krim /

B1
  • adjecitve
  • Pale color that is yellowish white
  • noun
  • Type of a thick beauty product used on the skin
  • Thick liquid rubbed into the skin
  • The top part of milk when left standing
  • verb
  • To defeat someone with ease
  • To have added cream
  • To mix together into a thick substance or liquid

parasitic

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US / ˌpærəˈsɪtɪk /

UK / ˌpærəˈsɪtɪk /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Living on larger plant/animal and dependent on it
  • Concerning or caused by a parasite
  • Living off someone else, and not working

antibiotic

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US / ˌæntibaɪˈɒtɪk /

UK / ˌæntibaɪˈɑ:tɪk /

B1
  • adjecitve
  • (Drug) used to fight certain kinds of diseases
  • noun
  • Medicine that kills bacteria to fight infections

cruciferous

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US / k'ru:sɪfərəs /

UK / k'ru:sɪfərəs /

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  • adjecitve
  • Concerning or belonging to the plant family Cruciferae

ice

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US / aɪs /

UK / aɪs /

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  • noun
  • Frozen gas or liquid, esp. water
  • Sweet food made of frozen cream, or juices
  • verb
  • To make something cold by putting on frozen water
  • To spread a sweet and creamy substance on a cake

manage

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US / ˈmænɪdʒ /

UK / ˈmænɪdʒ /

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  • verb
  • To survive hardships and difficulties; to cope
  • To run or operate a business by directing others

loss

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US / lɒs /

UK / lɔ:s /

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  • noun
  • Friend, family, or other loved person's death
  • Decrease or decline in quantity or amount
  • Experience or state of failing to have or keep
  • A situation when you lose a game
  • Process of failing to have or keep something
  • Difficulty or trouble caused by someone's leaving
  • Situation when more money is spent than is earned

upper

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US / ˈʌpə(r) /

UK / ˈʌpɚ /

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  • adjecitve
  • Located above others of the same kind
  • Being the northern part of a region
  • Being closer to the source of a river
  • noun
  • Drug that improves mood or increases energy
  • Something happy or encouraging
  • Top part of a shoe, other than the flat bottom

exposure

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US / ɪk'spəʊʒə(r) /

UK / ɪkˈspoʒɚ /

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  • noun
  • Allowing light through a cameras lens onto film
  • Being talked about in the media
  • Act of making something that is secret known
  • Experience of something directly

intake

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US / ˈɪnteɪk /

UK / ˈɪnˌtek /

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  • noun
  • Amount of something that a person's body consumes
  • Act of consuming something
  • Opening where air or liquid enters a machine

hinder

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US / 'hɪndə(r) /

UK / ˈhɪndɚ /

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  • verb
  • To make something slow or difficult

with

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US / wɪð /

UK / wɪð, wɪθ /

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  • preposition
  • As an employee of a certain company
  • Against something or someone
  • By using something as a means
  • Due to; because of
  • Including
  • Possessing as a feature
  • Related to
  • (Of the manner/attitude by which you do something)
  • Used to express that people or things are together

process

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US / prə'ses /

UK / ˈprɑsˌɛs, ˈproˌsɛs /

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  • noun
  • Dealing with official forms in the way required
  • Set of changes that occur slowly and naturally
  • verb
  • To organize and use data in a computer
  • To deal with official forms in the way required
  • To prepare by treating something in a certain way
  • To adopt a set of actions that produce a result
  • To convert by putting something through a machine

transplant

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US / trænsˈplɑ:nt /

UK / trænsˈplænt /

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  • noun
  • A medical operation to replace organs of the body
  • verb
  • To replace organ in the body by an operation

accord

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US / ə'kɔ:d /

UK / əˈkɔ:rd /

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  • noun
  • Agreement or harmony
  • An agreement or treaty between countries
  • verb
  • To be in harmony or agreement; consent
  • To give (someone) the respect due to them

expert

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US / 'ekspɜ:t /

UK / ˈɛkˌspɚt /

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  • adjecitve
  • Having special knowledge or skill
  • noun
  • Skillful person with special knowledge

leads

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US / 'ledz /

UK / 'ledz /

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  • other
  • Wires for electricity, computer, etc.; cable
  • Information that could help to solve crimes
  • Ropes used to tie some things to stop it escaping
  • verb
  • To show the way or guide others
  • To be at the front of a race or game

see

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US / si: /

UK / si /

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  • verb
  • To go on a date with someone
  • To predict whether something is, or will be true
  • To understand what someone says
  • To use your eyes to look at something
  • To visit a place often for sightseeing or pleasure
  • To visit or meet with someone
  • To find out by waiting or looking
  • To watch (a game, movie or TV show)

duct

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US / dʌkt /

UK / dʌkt /

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  • noun
  • Narrow tube carrying a liquid within body or plant
  • Pipe or tube acting as a channel for liquids/gases

increase

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US / ɪn'kri:s /

UK / ɪnˈkris /

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  • noun
  • Fact of increasing; amount something grows by
  • verb
  • To make or become larger in size or amount

appetite

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US / 'æpɪtaɪt /

UK / ˈæpɪˌtaɪt /

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  • noun
  • Feeling of hunger or desire for something

abuse

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  • Improper/dishonest/excessive use of something
  • Insulting someone, e.g. by swearing at them
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  • To mistreat or be cruel towards someone
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  • A colorless liquid that can catch fire (C2H5OH)
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  • Immunosuppressive drug (trade name Imuran) used to prevent rejection of a transplanted organ

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  • Having an equal amount of space or time in between
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  • Inflammation of the bile ducts

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  • Sign that suggests that there is a problem

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  • Type of plant producing juicy acidic fruits

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  • Containing alcohol; that can make you drunk
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all

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  • Completely; totally
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  • Concerned with the stomach area of a body

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  • Substance to relieve pain or cure sickness

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  • To increase in size or number larger than normal
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  • Document saying who gets your money when you die
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  • other
  • Used with verbs to express the future
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  • Disease of the liver that causes inflammation

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  • To cause to no longer have (pest, problem)

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  • adjecitve
  • Being stable having equal weight on both sides
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  • adjecitve
  • Of or relating to physical health or medicine
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  • adjecitve
  • Beyond what is usual or proper

food

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  • What people and animals eat to live
  • Things taken in by plants to maintain life
  • A particular style or type of cooking, e.g. Asian

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  • Proper, appropriate or right
  • (Of an amount) enough; plenty
  • Excellent; high quality
  • Acting well or properly; of moral character
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  • noun
  • Advantage or benefit

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  • Being of the same kind
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  • Of disease where cells in body attack other cells

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  • Color of lemons or the sun
  • Lacking in courage; cowardly (used as an INSULT)
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  • To turn yellow, often due to being old

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  • verb
  • To prevent from happening
  • To stay away from

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  • Any drug that destroys viruses
  • Inhibiting or stopping the growth and reproduction of viruses

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  • A metal container for storing food
  • other
  • Able to; have the skill to; have the time to
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  • To have permission to
  • To be possible to do
  • To preserve food by sealing it in a metal container

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  • Illness that affects a person, animal, or plant

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  • noun
  • Organ from animals served as food
  • Organ that absorbs food and cleans the blood

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  • To stop something from happening or existing

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  • Wire for electricity, computer, etc.; cable
  • Information that could help to solve a crime
  • Main part in a play or movie
  • Heavy, gray metal element
  • Rope used to tie something to stop it escaping
  • Act of being at the front in a race or game
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  • A number that is multiplied by itself
  • Part of plant growing underground, as to get water
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  • To call; give a name to

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  • To put things in a sequence, e.g. a, b, c
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  • To narrow down your search to a smaller number
  • To make a liquid cleaner by removing something

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  • Introduction to Video Content
  • Liver pain, also known as pain in the right upper quadrant of the upper abdomen, can have various causes. One common cause is infection, which can be caused by bacteria, virus, or fungus that leads to inflammation of the liver. Viral liver infections, such as Hepatitis A, B, and C, are the most common types of infections that result in liver pain. These infections can also cause symptoms like headache, light sensitivity, joint pain, yellow skin and eyes, and dark-colored urine. Another cause of liver pain is medication abuse, where excessive consumption of medication or exposure to toxic substances can damage the liver at a cellular level and result in inflammation of the liver. Regular or excessive alcohol intake can also lead to liver pain and inflammation, known as alcoholic hepatitis, which is accompanied by symptoms like sharp abdominal pain, loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting. Autoimmune diseases can also cause liver pain as they make the body cells attack their own healthy liver cells. Some examples of autoimmune liver diseases include autoimmune hepatitis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and primary biliary cirrhosis. Fatty liver is another common condition that can cause liver pain. It is often seen in obese individuals with high cholesterol levels or diabetes. Symptoms of fatty liver include a swollen belly, right-side shooting abdominal pain, and nausea and vomiting. Lastly, liver cancer can also cause aggressive abdominal pain and yellow eyes. It primarily attacks hepatocytes and biliary ducts. Overall, liver pain can have various causes, including infections, medication abuse, alcohol abuse, autoimmune diseases, fatty liver, and liver cancer.
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  • Today's topic is How to Stop Liver Pain.
  • What is liver pain?
  • The pain felt in the right upper quadrant of the upper abdomen is termed as liver pain.
  • What causes liver pain?
  • There can be various causes associated with liver pain, including 1. Infection The infection can be caused by bacteria, virus, or fungus that causes inflammation of the liver and hinders its functioning,
  • Resulting in pain.
  • Hepatitis A, B, and C are the most common types of viral liver infections that lead to liver pain, headache, light sensitivity, joint pain, yellow skin and eyes, and dark-colored urine.
  • 2. Medication Abuse Excess medication consumption and exposure to toxic substances can be a potential threat for your liver health.
  • They can damage your liver at cellular level and result in inflammation of the liver termed as medication-related hepatitis.
  • 3. Alcohol Abuse Regular or excessive alcohol intake can result in a development of alcoholic hepatitis.
  • Alcohol causes liver inflammation and leads to sharp abdominal pain associated with loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting.
  • 4. Autoimmune Diseases Autoimmune diseases are those that make the body cells attack their fellow body cells.
  • Autoimmune hepatitis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and primary biliary cirrhosis are some of the liver autoimmune diseases.
  • 5. Fatty Liver Fatty liver is a very common condition seen in patients nowadays.
  • Obese people with high cholesterol levels or diabetic patients are at high risk for fatty liver.
  • It has symptoms like swollen belly, right-side shooting abdominal pain associated with nausea and vomiting.
  • 6. Cancer Liver cancer mostly attacks hepatocytes and biliary ducts that result in aggressive abdominal pain and yellow eyes.
  • How to Stop Liver Pain The broad-spectrum management of liver pain can be done by healthy diet.
  • Avoid fried, fatty, and sugar-rich food that can increase liver pain by pushing it to function harder in order to process it.
  • Instead, go for foods like cruciferous vegetables and citrus fruits.
  • These foods will boost your liver health, improve its functioning, and prevent further inflammation.
  • Stay hydrated.
  • Drink plenty of warm water to remove toxins from the body more efficiently.
  • Drinking 2 to 3 liters of water a day is advised by the experts.
  • It will also help cope with the pain.
  • Your doctor will prescribe the treatment according to your health conditions.
  • The underlying medical condition is taken as a root and treated to get rid of the associated liver pain.
  • Infection Antibiotics, antivirals, and antiparasitic medications are prescribed for bacterial, viral, and parasitic infection, respectively.
  • The medical consumption is limited and corticosteroids are prescribed until the time liver function is restored.
  • Alcohol intake has to go on a sabbatical and shouldn't be consumed at all.
  • Hydration is the key in alcohol-associated hepatitis.
  • Autoimmune diseases are generally managed with immunosuppressants like azathioprine or corticosteroids like prednisone.
  • If the condition doesn't improve, liver transplant is then advised.
  • Fatty liver can easily be managed with a healthy, balanced diet and regular exercise.
  • Avoid sugar-rich foods or those rich in refined carbohydrates like baked goods, soda, ice cream, etc.
  • Chemotherapy and radiotherapy are advised in a patient with liver cancer.
  • The affected part of the liver is then surgically removed.