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Toronto Star - Wind gets clean bill of health

The most thorough study to date into the potential health effects of living near wind turbines says the evidence so far is clear: they don't directly make people sick.


http://www.thestar.com/business/article/738734--wind-gets-clean-bill-of-health
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Sounds and vibrations emitted from wind turbines do not adversely affect human health, a prestigious, international panel of experts has concluded. The panel, which included professionals in the fields of medicine, audiology, acoustics, the environment and public health from Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Denmark, was jointly established by the American Wind Energy Association and the Canadian Wind Energy Association to conduct a review of all current, peer-reviewed, scientific literature available on the perceived health effects of wind turbines.

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