- Do you take care of your skin?
- Is skin rejuvenation safe?
- scientist /SAHY-uhn-tist/
- solution /suh-LOO-shuhn/
- disease /dih-ZEEZ/
- skin /skin/
- damage /DAM-ij /
[noun] – an expert who studies or works in one of the sciences
Scientists first discovered that Panama’s environment was becoming drier a few decades ago.
[noun] – the answer to a problem
There is no simple solution to this issue.
[noun] – illness of people, animals, plants, etc., caused by infection or a failure of health rather than by an accident
A very high temperature is the disease’s first sign.
[noun] – the natural outer layer that covers a person, animal, fruit, etc.
She has soft skin.
[verb] – to harm or spoil something
During the battle, many structures were severely damaged.
True or False:
- Cambridge scientists have restored the skin cells of a 53-year-old woman to the level of a 23-year-old.
- Cambridge scientists hope to obtain the same results with different bodily tissues.
- The procedure is the same as when Dolly the cloned sheep was created almost 20 years ago.
- Prof. Wolf Reik believes the technology could one day be used to keep people healthier as they age.
- Prof. Reich said that being able to induce cell regeneration for the first time was a tremendous step forward.
Fill in the blanks:
- Be careful not to ___________ other people’s property.
- Her __________ was as white as snow.
- Her mother was a brilliant __________.
- They assist you in talking through your issues, but they do not provide __________.
- She suffered from a deadly __________.