Wind farm study finds ‘no direct evidence’ they affect health

‘There is currently no consistent evidence that wind farms cause health problems in humans,’ says National Health and Medical Research Council CEO

There is “no direct evidence” that windfarms affect health in humans, a report by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has found.

However the chairman of the NHMRC wind farms and health reference group, the Sydney University Emeritus Professor Bruce Armstrong, said the available studies on the subject were of too poor a quality to confidently rule out any link.

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