Policeman who wore glasses for 20 years discovers his bad eyesight was actually caused by a BRAIN TUMOUR

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.

New NHS phoneline "will put lives at risk": Doctors" warning after 111 number goes into meltdown

New NHS phoneline 'will put lives at risk': Doctors' warning after 111 number goes into meltdown Callers put on hold for two hours or told to call back tomorrowService overwhelmed just a few hours after launch in some areasDoctors warn making service live nationwide from April will be 'dangerous' By Liz Hull PUBLISHED: 23:34 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 11:46 GMT, 25 March 2013 Dr Laurence Buckman says April 1 is much too soon to introduce the new 111 service for the NHS Lives will be put at risk unless the Government suspends the new 111 NHS advice line, doctors warned yesterday.

Mother, 27, dies from brain haemorrhage after giving birth to seventh child

Mother, 27, dies from brain haemorrhage after giving birth to her SEVENTH child Emma Butterfield died just days after she saw her doctor with a minor headacheShe was admitted to hospital but slipped into a coma and never woke up Just 11 weeks earlier, Mrs Butterfield had given birth By Alex Ward PUBLISHED: 10:33 GMT, 21 January 2013 | UPDATED: 19:30 GMT, 21 January 2013 Emma Butterfield (pictured on her wedding day) died 11 weeks after giving birth to her seventh child A mother-of-seven has died from a brain haemorrhage just days after she visited her doctor with a minor headache.

Man who had massive cardiac arrest saved after work colleague jump-started his heart by FALLING on him

Man who had massive cardiac arrest saved by 15st work colleague who jump-started his heart by FALLING on him Engineer Kevin, keeled over after suffering a massive heart attack Colleague Martin fell heavily on to Kevin's chest after trying to stop him sliding off his chairParamedics said this vital punch re-started Kevin's heart.

Fifty Shades of Grey: Christian Grey photofit has Patrick Dempsey’s eyes and Brad Pitt’s jaw

Is THIS what Christian Grey looks like Photofit reveals the face of Fifty Shades of Grey”s fantasy man (and he has Patrick Dempsey”s eyes and Brad Pitt”s jaw) Scientists used police e-fit technology to create image using famous names collected in a poll of Fifty Shades readersHousewife”s fantasy has echoes of Jonny Wilkinson and Gavin Henson

Charlotte Neve, 7, wakes from coma as mother sings her Adele"s song Rolling in the Deep

Brain haemorrhage girl, 7, wakes from coma as mother sings her Adele’s song Rolling in the Deep 'From the scans, she shouldn’t even be able to walk again – never mind talk, ride her bike and run around like she has been doing' | UPDATED: 13:02 GMT, 18 June 2012 A seven year old girl left fighting for life with a brain haemorrhage has awoken from a week-long coma, after her mother sang Adele songs to her.

Rosanna Ogden: Extraordinary recovery of heart-surgery toddler who"s a natural in the pool

The baby who swam back to life: Extraordinary recovery of heart surgery toddler who's a natural in the pool | UPDATED: 06:54 GMT, 17 April 2012 After Rosanna Ogden had open heart surgery at only six weeks old, her parents were told that physical activity could help her recovery.

NHS patients discharged at night to free up hospital beds

Scandal of NHS patients sent home in the middle of the night to 'free up hospital beds' Some 3.5 per cent of all hospital discharges took place between 11pm and 6am | UPDATED: 08:27 GMT, 12 April 2012 Hundreds of thousands of patients are being sent home from hospital in the middle of the night to relieve pressure on beds, a report has found.

Desperate mother has baby induced early so she can meet her dying 10-year-old sister

Desperate mother has baby induced early so she can meet her dying 10-year-old sisterLoss of little Katy's smile alerted her mother to spectre of illnessBaby Scarlet brings the cancer-stricken schoolgirl happiness Family seek radical help from Australia to save their daughter A heavily pregnant mother took the heartbreaking decision to induce her child early so that her unborn daughter could meet her dying older sister. Paula Holmes, from Penwortham, near Preston, Lancashire, asked doctors to deliver baby Scarlet three weeks early to allow cancer-stricken Katy the chance to meet her little sister