Policeman who wore glasses for 20 years discovers his bad eyesight was actually caused by a BRAIN TUMOUR Father-of-one Chris Smith, 35, had worn glasses since the age of 12Two years ago he began suffering from headaches and mood swingsHe was diagnosed with a benign brain tumour which he'd had for 20 yearsAfter surgery to remove the tumour he has 20:20 vision and Mr Smith has made a full recovery” class=”blkBorder” /> Amazing recovery: Chris Smith, who wore glasses for 20 years now has 20:20 vision after surgery to remove a golf ball-sized tumour from his brain, allowing him more time with wife Samantha and baby Freddie, born in November 2012 A policeman who wore glasses for 20 years now has 20:20 vision after surgery to remove a golf ball-sized tumour from his brain.
Parents spend 2,000 on special helmet to cure their baby of flat-head syndrome, as NHS refuse to fund it | UPDATED: 18:27 GMT, 30 November 2012 It's a controversial subject that divides parents, but one couple insist that putting a helmet on their baby son for 166 days has cured him of flat head syndrome.
Would you ditch your reading specs for a silicone lens INSIDE your eye | UPDATED: 22:37 GMT, 6 August 2012 Many people who have surgery for long or short-sightedness still need reading glasses.
Children who spend more time outside 'are half as likely to become short-sighted' Spending time outside in natural light reduced the risk of myopia in children whether they were active or not | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 2 August 2012 Outdoorsy: Spending time in natural light has been linked with improving sight Children who spend more time outside are less likely to become short-sighted, a study claims.
Mother whose son lost his sight to eye cancer delighted after campaign leads to new parents being taught about disease Between 40 and 50 children are diagnosed with eye cancer each year PUBLISHED: 15:51 GMT, 18 June 2012 | UPDATED: 16:22 GMT, 18 June 2012 A mother, whose son lost his sight to eye cancer, has welcomed an initiative to teach all new parents about the disease.
Can you trust 70 specs from the supermarket As Asda and Tesco take on the opticians, an eye expert examines if cut-price glasses are a prescription for trouble | UPDATED: 23:15 GMT, 23 April 2012 Twenty years ago, it was pretty much impossible to buy a pair of prescription glasses for less than a few hundred pounds.
My gorgeous little accident: Debbie amazed doctors – not to mention her grandchildren – by getting pregnant naturally at 53 while on the Pill.