Is That You Mom? 5 Brilliant Stories Including some inspiring steps from a young survivor of the Kalamazoo shooting By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Apr 10, 2016 3:33 AM CDT 3 comments Comments Little Leo can see clearly now. (YouTube) (Newser) – Here's a look at some of our favorite stories of the week: Baby Sees Mom Clearly for First Time: A 4-month-old boy with a rare vision disorder dons glasses and sees his mom clearly for the first time. It's aww-inspiring. Teen Survivor of Kalamazoo Shooting Is Walking Again: The 14-year-old survivor of the Kalamazoo shooting rampage has taken a big step—literally. Abigail Kopf, who was shot in the head and believed to be dead until she squeezed her mom's hand, is walking again. The video is worth watching. Mom's Insight May Lead to Heart Disease Treatment: The unlikely use of a compound in powdered booze could ultimately help save millions of people from heart disease—and it was the mother of twin girls with a rare genetic disorder who first pitched the idea to scientists. Though she has no medical training, this mom is credited as a co-author of the potentially groundbreaking study. Holocaust Survivor's MLB Dream to Come True: Hermina Hirsch has sung the national anthem at weekly meetings of Holocaust survivors for decades, but she always dreamed of having a larger audience. Now she'll get her chance—at her hometown Major League Baseball stadium. Man's Fitbit Helps Doctors Save His Life: It happens every day—someone has a seizure, gets looked over by a doctor, and hopefully lives to tell about it. Only in the case of a 42-year-old man who went to the emergency room in New Jersey the data tracked on his Fitbit helped inform doctors of the appropriate course of action to take to save his life. It's a first. Click for more uplifting stories.