Articles filed under Noise from California

Wind company says it will collect data, fix any noise problem

Invenergy is doing the noise study within its 134-turbine wind farm because some residents, who are not leasing their property to Invenergy, have complained that noise from the wind turbines is affecting their quality of life, disturbing their sleep at night and causing them health problems. And some of those residents have been attending monthly county board meetings since the spring, complaining about the turbines.
9 Oct 2013

Manzanita Health Study

The research team, which operates under CSU San Marcos, is currently conducting additional interviews with families who live along the Manzanita-Campo border where the turbines are located, Alvarez said. The next step is to test air, water and soil to identify any factors other than the turbines that could cause or contribute to the kinds of illnesses being reported.
16 Feb 2013

Property values and health impaired by wind turbines, experts tell East County residents

Both McCann and Krogh said that a number of turbine neighbors had walked away from their homes, because they could not live with the impacts and no one would buy their homes. Others must find someplace away from the turbines to sleep and many have had to send their children to live with relatives to clear up various illnesses.
28 Jan 2011

Migraine, wind turbine connection still being examined

A controversial new medical study gaining supporters claims living close to windmills can give you migraines and panic attacks. These windmills are at the center of a medical debate brought on by this controversial new study. Dr. Nina Pierpont in New York lists a dozen possible health problems ranging from migraines to panic attacks. She calls it "wind turbine syndrome." Spinning windmill blades allegedly cause a vibration we can't hear. ...Ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Syed Ahsan at Eisenhower Medical Center weighs in.
11 Aug 2009
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