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Wind Wire: Expert swats wind health fears

CANADA: Wind energy producers in Ontario who are facing mounting concerns over the health impacts of wind turbines have received a boost from the province's chief medical officer.

Dr Arlene King has released a report examining claims of symptoms such as dizziness, headaches and sleep disturbance and concluding wind turbines are not the cause. "According to the scientific evidence, there isn't any direct causal link between wind turbine noise and adverse health effects," King says.

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