London, May 4 ( ANI ): Experts have blamed 'intense' levels of education for an epidemic of shortsightedness
sweeping across eastern Asia.
On this day March 6, 1986: Huddersfield eye surgeon Mr Lal Aggarwal said he hoped to raise pounds 10,000 for HRI equipment that could banish shortsightedness
F ever there was a case of shortsightedness
when it Icomes to implementing Government cuts, the decision to hack away at the Legal Aid budget is surely it.
Even though at one point this week I told my husband I wanted to report on the travesty of deferring a decision on the Trident budget (about pounds 70bn on weapons we'll never use) compared to our shortsightedness
in stopping the Cardiff-Weston barrage, what I'm going to tell you about is .
QWhen A The sooner the better, especially if there is a history of shortsightedness
or other eye problems in the family.
THE surgeon who pioneered laser eye surgery to cure shortsightedness
has announced a new technique which could prevent millions going blind.
IS THERE a finer example of the shortsightedness
of Liverpool city council's planning committee, both present and past, than the fate of Josephine Butler House?
The South African government has come under heavy fire from a Canadian business organisation for incompetence and shortsightedness
Comptroller general David Walker, in an article for Newsweek, lambasted the shortsightedness
of politicians and their refusal to fix an untenable situation--"Social Security is underfunded by $6 trillion in current-dollar terms.
The author, 41, hoped the ophthalmologist would correct her shortsightedness
This was an opportunity to enhance health care in this country for a number of years but shortsightedness
and political point scoring has won the day.
It is a story of stunning shortsightedness
and unwillingness to take any responsibility for the sustainability of the land, the people or the future.