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<ul><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p>Additional Vocabulary Vocabulary of Health </p><p> ailment (n.) () </p><p> Ex. Pregnant women with the ailment are at higher risk of miscarriage </p><p> 1 </p><p> or stillbirth. </p><p> disease, disorder, affliction / malaise, ailment, malady (n.) </p><p> confusion, chaos, mess / disorder, disruption / turmoil, turbulence / </p><p> anarchy, upheaval (n.) </p><p> ! disorder 2 </p><p> Anorexia (n.) </p><p> Ex. Many teenagers tend to develop </p><p> Anorexia from running after fashion. </p><p> anorexic, skinny / underweight, bony / slender, scrawny, skeletal, slim (adj.) </p><p> corpulent, obese / overweight, fleshy / plump, stout / chubby, tubby (adj.) </p><p> strong, sturdy / healthy, hearty / robust (adj.) </p><p> hearty energetic </p><p>Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [ADHD] (n.) </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> Ex. A child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder cannot concentrate on </p><p> 2 </p><p> something for a long time. </p><p> join in, attend / participate, take part, engage (v.) , </p><p> attend attention (, ) </p><p>attendance () </p><p>benign tumour (n.) </p><p> kind, benign, merciful / beneficent, benevolent / charitable, </p><p> altruistic, philanthropic / Samaritan, humanitarian / gracious, </p><p> generous (adj.) , </p><p> malignant tumour (n.) Cancer (n.) </p><p> fierce, ferocious, cruel / brutal, barbaric, savage / merciless, </p><p> pitiless / ruthless, relentless (adj.) </p><p> serious, severe / solemn, stern / grave, grim / harsh, rigid (adj.) </p><p> carcinoma, tumour = carcinogen = </p><p>bruxism (n.) </p><p> bite, snap / nip, nibble, gnaw (v.) </p><p> crush, crumble, crumple / grind, mash / pound, pulverize, powderize </p><p> (v.) </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> bug (n.) </p><p> Ex. I had a tummy bug last week. </p><p>cerebral palsy (n.) </p><p> celebral (n.) </p><p>chronic tension headache (n.) </p><p> Chron = chronic (adj.) chronicle (n.) chronology (n.) synchronize (v.) contagious disease (n.) </p><p> 3 </p><p> Ex. H1N1 Flu is considered a serious contagious disease. </p><p> epidemic, endemic, pandemic / pestilence, contagion / outbreak, </p><p> plague, scourge (n.) , </p><p>insomnia (n.) </p><p>insomniac (n.) </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> slumber (n., v.) sleep slumberous (adj.) , , </p><p> osteoporosis (n.) </p><p> Ex. Osteoporosis afflicts many older women. </p><p> osteoarthritis (n.) </p><p> osteoblast (n.) </p><p> osteoblastoma (n.) </p><p> osteopath (n.) </p><p> osteopathy (n.) </p><p> stroke (n.) </p><p> 4 </p><p> Ex. She had a stroke which left her unable to speak. </p><p> disable, cripple, handicap / deform, disfigure / paralyze, maim, lame </p><p> (v.) </p><p> acute stroke (n.) </p><p> heatstroke (n.) </p><p>typhus (n.) </p><p> Ex. After two weeks she was brought home infected by typhus, and died soon. </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> opportunistic infection (n.) </p><p> pathogen (n.) </p><p> Ex. Streptococcus pneumoniae is a dangerous pathogen. </p><p> patho- = </p><p> pathogenesis (n.) </p><p> pathogenicity (n.) </p><p> pathognomonic (adj.) </p><p> pathologic (adj.) </p><p> pathological (adj.) </p><p> pathologist (n.) , </p><p> autopsy (n.) </p><p>symptom (n.) </p><p> dehydration (n.) </p><p> Ex. My doctor suggest that I drink lots of water to prevent </p><p> 5 </p><p> dehydration. </p><p> advise, guide / suggest, counsel / recommend, introduce, tip (v.) </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> dehydrate (v.) </p><p> dehydration (n.) </p><p> dehydrator (n.) </p><p> gaunt (adj.) </p><p> Ex. If you keep your figure, your face can end up looking gaunt. haggard (adj.) </p><p> Ex. He'd been drinking the night before and was looking a bit </p><p> haggard. </p><p>hypertension (n.) </p><p> stress, strain, tension / nervous breakdown (n.) </p><p>hypotension (n.) </p><p> hyperglycemia (n.) </p><p> hypoglycemia (n.) </p><p> Ex. Herbal medication for </p><p> hypoglycemia is another </p><p> alternative treatment. </p><p> glyco- </p><p> glycogen (n.) </p><p> glycosuria (n.) </p><p> 6 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> abdominal pain (n.) </p><p> Ex. She got acute abdominal pains. </p><p> breast augmentation (n.) </p><p> Ex. Breast augmentation has become one of the most commonly </p><p> 7 </p><p> performed cosmetic plastic surgical procedures. </p><p> augment, increase / multiply, mount, accrue / swell, soar, surge / </p><p> escalate, skyrocket (v.) </p><p> decrease, ease, decline / diminish, dwindle, drop / reduce, lessen, </p><p> lower / slacken, subside, fall (v.) </p><p> asymptomatic (adj.) </p><p> Ex. At first the symptoms of prostate cancer are asymptomatic; </p><p> for this reason it is commonly referred to as the silent killer. </p><p> calm, quiet / peaceful, pacific, placid / tranquil, serene (adj.) </p><p> inflammatory (adj.) </p><p> fire, flame / flare, blaze (v.) </p><p> bomb, blast, blaze / burst, blow up /erupt, explode (v.) , , </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> inflame (v.) </p><p> Inflammation (n.) </p><p> metastasis (n.) </p><p> Ex. Metastasis is the transference of disease- producing </p><p>organisms </p><p> or of malignant or cancerous cells to other parts of the </p><p>body. </p><p> - ectomy </p><p> gastrectomy (n.) </p><p> hepatectomy (n.) hepato- = </p><p> pneumonectomy (n.) pneumo- = </p><p> hysterectomy (n.) </p><p> mastectomy (n.) </p><p> optic / optical (adj., n.) , </p><p>Ex. Sometimes children with optic </p><p> neuropathy find spectacles improve vision. </p><p> optician (n.) ophthalmologist (n.) </p><p> ophthalmology (n.) </p><p> 8 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> reproductive (adj.) </p><p>Ex. Women are required to pay particular attention to certain </p><p> health conditions because of body composition, such as </p><p> reproductive organs. </p><p> palpitate (v.) () , palpitation (n.) </p><p> Ex. He ended up in hospital with heart palpitations. </p><p>remedy (n.) </p><p> cure, heal, treat (v.) </p><p> remedy, therapy, antidote (), medication / medicament, </p><p> medicine, drug (n.) </p><p> therapeutic (adj.) </p><p>antidepressant (n., adj.) , </p><p> Ex. Antidepressants are the drugs or medicines which can be used </p><p> to cure any type of depression. </p><p> autologous transplant (n.) (stem cells) </p><p>blood transfusion (n.) </p><p> Ex. She suffered kidney failure and needed a blood transfusion. </p><p> bone marrow donation (n.) </p><p> cryotherapy (n.) cryo- = </p><p> Ex. Cryotherapy is another way to treat prostate cancer besides surgery or radiation. </p><p> 9 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p> diuretic (n., adj.) , </p><p> Ex. Diuretics are medicines used to help body remove excess salt &amp; </p><p> water. </p><p> excrete (v.) excretion (n.) </p><p> Ex. Most toxins are naturally excreted from the body. </p><p> heart bypass (n.) </p><p>heart valve replacement (n.) </p><p> replace, take the place of / substitute, surrogate (v.) </p><p> stand-in (n.) </p><p>hematopoiesism (haematopoiesism) (n.) </p><p> haemat- / hemato- </p><p> haematemasis (n.) </p><p> haematogenous (n.) </p><p> haematology (n.) </p><p> haematuria (n.) </p><p> hematocrit (n.) </p><p> implant (v.) , </p><p> Ex. The owner's name and address is stored on a microchip and </p><p> implanted in the dog's body. </p><p>isolation (n.) </p><p> 10 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept detach, isolate, separate, segregate, seclude (v.) / </p><p> desolate, solitary (adj.) </p><p> integrative medicine (n.) </p><p> invasive (adj.) , </p><p> Ex. Pneumonia is an invasive disease. </p><p> microsurgery (n.) </p><p>Ex. Through the use of microsurgery a woman can have tubal </p><p> ligation reversal surgery carried out, which requires that they </p><p> stay in hospital for only 1 or 2 days. </p><p>spinal fusion (n.) </p><p> tranquilizer (n.) </p><p> Ex. Tranquilizer is highly dangerous if taken not according to </p><p> their instructions. </p><p> angioplasty (n.) </p><p> acupuncture (n.) </p><p> Ex. Many Chinese believe that acupuncture helps healing pain and </p><p> </p><p> 11 </p><p> sickness. </p><p> stab, sting / pierce, prick / puncture, penetrate (v.) </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p>quarantine (n., v.) </p><p> Ex. Paul had to spend several months in </p><p> quarantine when he reached China. </p><p>recuperate (v.) , </p><p> Ex. Coles is recuperating from a sprained ankle. </p><p> regenerate (v.) , , </p><p> Ex. Tissue regenerates after skin is scratched. </p><p> rehabilitate (v.) , </p><p> Ex. Physiotherapy is part of rehabilitating accident victims. </p><p> remission (n.) </p><p> Ex. Her cancer has been in remission for several years. </p><p> resilient (adj.) </p><p> get over, recover, recuperate / convalesce, regain ones health, </p><p> get back on ones feet (v.) </p><p> revive, resurrect, resuscitate / revitalize, rescue () </p><p> (v.) Vocabulary of Psychology </p><p>behavior (n.) </p><p>Ex. Some backgrounds of a person can be seen by observing his or her behavior. </p><p>perception (n.) </p><p> 12 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p>Ex. Toys help babies develop process of perception over time. </p><p>sensation (n.) </p><p>Ex. When Henry cut himself, the wound was so bad that he lost all </p><p> sensation for a while. </p><p>altruism (n.) </p><p>acquisition (n.) </p><p>Ex. The Art Society is holding an exhibition of recent acquisitions. </p><p>reinforcement (n.) , </p><p>Ex. The harbor walls need urgent reinforcement. </p><p> support, subsidize / boost, backup / foster, advocate / </p><p>encourage, enhance, endorse (v.) </p><p>heuristic (adj.) , </p><p>Ex. The boy is taking a heuristic approach to that mathematics problem. </p><p> autonomy, transcendentalism (n.) </p><p>introspection (n.) </p><p>Ex. His defeat in the world championship led to a long period of gloomy introspection. </p><p> 13 </p><p> probe, investigate / inspect, detect / look into, scrutinize, examine </p><p> (v.) </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p>assimilate (v.) </p><p>Ex. The European countries should remain flexible </p><p>enough to assimilate more countries quickly. </p><p>psychosomatic (adj.) </p><p>Ex. Psychosomatic illness originates with emotional stress or damaging thought </p><p>patterns but has physical symptoms that are real and can harm you as much </p><p>as symptoms that originate from other means. </p><p>ego (n.) </p><p>Ex. Nicholas has a huge ego and he never listens to opinions of others. </p><p>egomaniac (n.) / </p><p>self-esteem (n.) </p><p> 14 </p><p>Ex. The compliments students received after the presentation boosted them self-</p><p>esteem. </p><p>pride, vanity, self-respecting, self-reliant (n.) </p><p> narcissism (n.) </p><p> high-handed, high-heeled / lofty , vain, </p><p> arrogant / conceited, narcissistic, </p><p> snobbish (adj.) </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p>delusion (n.) </p><p>projection (n.) </p><p>geocentricism (n.) </p><p>stimulus (n.) , </p><p>Ex. The most sensitive organ for perception of a stimulus was the human tongue. </p><p>incentive (n.) </p><p>Cognitive Domain (n.) </p><p>cognition (n.) </p><p>Ex. Humans use process of cognition to learn and understand things. </p><p>perception, knowing, comprehension, apprehension, understanding, apperception (n.) </p><p>cognitive (adj.) , </p><p>Ex. You can improve memory and attention with cognitive training games. </p><p>cognitive dissonance (n.) </p><p>Ex. Cognitive dissonance is the feeling of uncomfortable tension which comes from </p><p>holding two conflicting thoughts in the mind at the same time. </p><p>ambivalent (adj.) </p><p> 15 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p>Ex. I felt very ambivalent about leaving home. </p><p> indecisive, irresolute / hesitant, reluctant (adj.) </p><p>precognition (n.) , </p><p>Ex. He remembers how Yu had mentioned precognition, so he tries to research all he </p><p>can on that. </p><p>abstruse (adj.) </p><p>Ex. Maths is a mixed of abstruse theory and detailed calculations. </p><p>consciousness (n.) </p><p>Ex. What my mother has said always stick in my consciousness all the time. </p><p>subconscious (n.) </p><p>Ex. The memory was buried deep within my subconscious. </p><p>unconsciousness (n.) </p><p>Ex. Unconsciousness can be examined mostly only when a person is </p><p> hypnotized. </p><p>Affective Domain (n.) </p><p>mental (adj.) , </p><p>emotional (adj.) </p><p>Ex. Emotional support from parents is important to encourage children to learn. </p><p>aesthetic (adj.) </p><p> 16 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> </p><p>Ex. The new building has little aesthetic value. </p><p>Intrinsic Motivation (n.) </p><p> crave, desire / die, long, yearn (v.) </p><p>Extrinsic Motivation (n.) </p><p>frustration (n.) frustrate, infuriate , exasperate / enrage , upset / anger, madden </p><p> (v.) </p><p> resent, temper (v.) </p><p>psychogenic (adj.) Ex. A psychogenic disease is a physical disease that originates in </p><p> the mind or in mental or emotional conflict. </p><p>Dejavu (n.) </p><p> trauma (n.) Ex. He had psychotherapy to help him deal with his childhood </p><p> traumas. </p><p>schizophrenia (n.) Ex. Though there is no cure for schizophrenia, a combination of treatment strategies </p><p>can often help. </p><p> 17 </p></li><li><p>o aeo 2010 (Online) By Enconcept </p><p> Pnan-enconcept.h...</p></li></ul>