Health Alternative Iridology
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Iridology is the study of the eye's iris, in order to diagnose disease and to promote well-being.
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Contains international research by John Andrews, his affiliate books, articles, courses, and an on-line newsletter.
Description of professional courses offered and link to scientific journal.
Diane Elms presents basic treatment information, with details of what to expect at her Ontario practice.
Registry of professional Iridologists with educational guidelines, courses, and events in the U.K.
Information site explaining how eye diagnosis works, its history, and value in the healing arts.
Overview, FAQs and education details, with information about membership, people and events.
Describes different kinds of Iridology and offers courses as well as other natural healing resources.
Introduction and glossary of terms, with details of related products and training seminars.
Overview of history, with skeptical analysis.
Article by Stephen Barrett, M.D., explaining the lack of scientific evidence to support the practice. (March 28, 2008)
This article discusses benefits as well as limitation to the science. Published by "Townsendletter.com" and Written by Bill Caradonna, RPh, ND. (May 01, 2003)
Overview, FAQs and education details, with information about membership, people and events.
Information site explaining how eye diagnosis works, its history, and value in the healing arts.
Describes different kinds of Iridology and offers courses as well as other natural healing resources.
Contains international research by John Andrews, his affiliate books, articles, courses, and an on-line newsletter.
Registry of professional Iridologists with educational guidelines, courses, and events in the U.K.
Description of professional courses offered and link to scientific journal.
Overview of history, with skeptical analysis.
Introduction and glossary of terms, with details of related products and training seminars.
Diane Elms presents basic treatment information, with details of what to expect at her Ontario practice.
Article by Stephen Barrett, M.D., explaining the lack of scientific evidence to support the practice. (March 28, 2008)
This article discusses benefits as well as limitation to the science. Published by "Townsendletter.com" and Written by Bill Caradonna, RPh, ND. (May 01, 2003)

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