Archive: Stress (54)

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La Marca-Ghaemmaghami et al. Mother’s Stress Affects Baby Through Amniotic Fluid

Study reveals corticotropin-releasing hormone can rise in amniotic fluid when the mother is stressed over long periods of time while pregnant Neuroscience News May 29, 2017 Pearl La Marca-Ghaemmaghami, Sara M. Dainese, Günter Stalla, Marina Haller, Roland … Read On »

Punch, James A Four-Decade History of Evidence: Wind Turbines Pose Risks

Wind Turbine Noise and Human Health: A Four-Decade History of Evidence that Wind Turbines Pose Risks “The reviewed evidence overwhelmingly supports the notion that acoustic emissions from Industrial Wind Turbines is a leading cause of Adverse Health … Read On »

Beversdorf et al. Stress Exposure in Pregnancy Observed in Mothers of Children With Autism, June 2016

Stress during pregnancy has been linked to several conditions, including some instances of autism spectrum disorder. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri School of Medicine have observed a variant of a stress-sensitive gene and exposure … Read On »

Grimm N, Sperm from Stressed Men Can Affect Offspring, June 2016

Stressed-out men can pass on anxiety and depression to their children and grandchildren via their sperm, Australian researchers say. Nick Grimm ABC News Radio, Friday 16 june, 2016 Key points: Excessive stress hormones in a dads prior … Read On »

Luz, G, Valente, D. Ecological Psychoacoustics, Managing Response to Noise

The potential role of ecological psychoacoustics for managing community response to noise George Luz Luz Social and Environmental Associates, Inc. 4910 Crowson Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21212, USA Daniel Valente U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research … Read On »

Everson, K. How Wind Turbines Affect Human Health

How Wind Turbines Affect Human Health Alternative Energy Alternative Fuels Posted in Health Care & Medical Kinetic or wind energy is a clean and environmentally friendly source of power that is commonly used on a global … Read On »

Lawton, C. Noise Control Regulations Related to Wind Energy Facilities

March 2004 Catharine Lawton, of West Bend, Wisconsin, wrote an extensive commentary to the Oregon Department of Energy on proposed noise control regulations related to wind energy facilities in Oregon. (Oregon went on implement the revised … Read On »

Nissenbaum, M. Affidavit — Saskatoon — Red Lily Wind Power

IN THE COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH JUDICIAL CENTRE OF SASKATOON BETWEEN: DAVID McKINNON, PLAINTIFF AND: RED LILY WIND POWER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a limited partnership by its General Partner RED LILY ENERGY CORP., THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF … Read On »

Kenny, Dr. Pamela. Wind Turbines Make People Ill: Fact not Fiction

Wind Turbines Make People Ill: Fact not Fiction Dr Pamela Kenny Would I say this?: “Hundreds of thousands of people around the world live near and work at operating wind turbines without health effects. Wind energy enjoys … Read On »