Wind-linked disease fails to catch-on amongst scientists

A new study has found that "vibroacoustic disease" which is linked to wind farms is not recognised in scientific literature outside a single Portugese research group. What's more they used a sample size of one in linking this apparent disease to wind turbines.

Groups opposed to wind farms are referencing an ailment “vibroacoustic disease” that a new study suggests is not recognised as a genuine health problem in the scientific literature, beyond a single research group in Portugal.   

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