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Two additional optometrists now see patients at the Eye Care Center in Eau Claire.
Three additional optometrists now see patients at the Eye Care Center in Menomonie.
Cataracts can cause things to look foggy, and make reading or driving at night difficult. Learn when to make an eye exam appointment.
Parents often think to protect their children's skin with sunscreen when going outside. But what about protecting their eyes? Do children need sunglasses?
Ellen Teske felt like her eyelashes were in her way and blocking her vision. Thanks to an eyelid and brow lift, Ellen says that "living is much better and brighter."
You may want decorative contact lenses as a way to enhance your Halloween look, especially when wearing a face mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn why tinted eyewear may risk your eye health.
Staring at digital screens often leads to tired eyes, blurred vision and headaches, but also can cause eye damage. Knowing the risks and how to safeguard your eyes from harmful blue light is important.
Have you ever woken to discover a red, painful lump near the edge of your eyelid? Here's how to treat a sty and when you should see a health care provider.
Chronic dry eyes kept RuthAnne Langford from doing the things she loved for years. Read how a new thermal pulsation treatment improved her condition so she can enjoy her hobbies again.
Linda Schweikert’s eyesight took a turn for the worse overnight. But thanks to an expert care team working across organizations, she got the vital treatment she needed in time.
Nancy Hannafin's unexplained head pain was excruciating. But her optometrist suspected the mystery source of pain was neurological and referred her to a neurologist for evaluation.
Glaucoma, commonly called the silent thief of sight, is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, which is critical for good vision. Learn what to do to protect and secure your sight.
Brad Stevens has had his share of health-related ups and downs through the years. The 37-year-old Boyceville, Wisconsin, man has Type 1 diabetes, which often causes diabetic retinopathy, an eye disease.
On Aug. 21, weather permitting, a solar eclipse — when the moon blocks the sun — will be visible in North America. While the eclipse is going to be a momentous occasion, it’s something experts say you need to enjoy safely.