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Jeffery, Roy; Krogh, Carmen; and Horner, Brett
Industrial wind turbines and adverse health effects
Introduction: Some people living in the environs of industrial wind turbines (IWTs) report experiencing adverse health and socioeconomic effects. This review considers the hypothesis that annoyance from audible IWTs is the cause of these adverse health effects. Methods: We searched PubMed and Google Scholar for articles published since 2000 that included the terms “wind turbine health,” “wind turbine infrasound,” “wind turbine annoyance,” “noise annoyance” or “low frequency noise” in the title or abstract. Results: Industrial wind turbines produce sound that . . . Complete article »

Jeffery, Roy; Krogh, Carmen; and Horner, Brett
Adverse health effects of industrial wind turbines
Abstract Canadian family physicians can expect to see increasing numbers of rural patients reporting adverse effects from exposure to industrial wind turbines (IWTs). People who live or work in close proximity to IWTs have experienced symptoms that include decreased quality of life, annoyance, stress, sleep disturbance, headache, anxiety, depression, and cognitive dysfunction. Some have also felt anger, grief, or a sense of injustice. Suggested causes of symptoms include a combination of wind turbine noise, infrasound, dirty electricity, ground current, and . . . Complete article »

Krogh, Carmen; Jeffery, Roy; Aramini, Jeff; and Horner, Brett
3 papers: wind turbine noise and human health
Papers presented at Inter-Noise 2012, August 19-22, 2012, New York, N.Y. Annoyance can represent a serious degradation of health: wind turbine noise a case study Carmen ME Krogh, Roy D Jeffery, Jeff Aramini, and Brett Horner [download PDF] Annoyance is often discounted as a health concern. Wind turbine noise is perceived to be more annoying than other equally loud sources of sound. The Ontario government commissioned a report which concludes a non-trivial percentage those exposed to wind turbine sound will . . . Complete article »

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